More news on digitizing photos was just published by Utah’s Deseret News.
Excerpt reported by Trent Toone:
SALT LAKE CITY — Countless irreplaceable family memories were lost last year due to natural disasters around the world.
Mitch Goldstone, president and CEO of ScanMyPhotos.com, believes the loss of old family photos is preventable.
“The need to digitize pictures is more relevant than ever due to the hurricanes and natural disasters,” he said in an email to the Deseret News. “This is 100 percent preventable if pictures are scanned and uploaded to the cloud.”
Goldstone’s company has digitized more than 600 million pictures since it started in 1990 and was recently mentioned in the The Washington Post and on Oprahmag.com as a recommended source for scanning photos.
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