Q. Do photo-scanning apps for phones really do much more besides take a picture of the picture you want to scan?
As you know, our passion for 27-years is helping to preserve generations of photo memories. Today, something big happened to advance that mission, as The New York Times reported in its Personal Tech Tips column on photo scanning in this article.
It’s with even great pride that the profile was written by one of our favorite tech journalists who we most admire, J.D. Biersdorfer who has been answering technology questions for The New York Times — in print, on the web, in audio and in video — since 1998. She also writes the Sunday Book Review’s regular “Applied Reading” column on ebooks and literary apps, among other things. Outside The Times, Ms. Biersdorfer is the author or co-author of eight books on consumer-technology topics and co-hosts the independent Pop Tech Jam podcast.
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