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Photoshop Elements 10.0 is worth at least $50 by itself, so that's something to take into consideration with thinking about this.
Some people are like Slinkies. Not really good for anything, but you still can't help but smile when you see one tumble down the stairs.
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I can't tell you how many nice thin full-sized Canon LED scanners with USB power I find at Goodwill for under $7. There are other scanners, but they are often larger and out of date. Works great with my laptop or netbook. Drivers and such are found online.
acpress.com Not cute, but useful.
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In for one - we had been considering this for a while after discovering on Amazon.
If nothing else, it will give us something new to play with this weekend!
Happy little Wooter since 2005!
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sdc100 wrote:That said, I can't see any practical use for such a small portable scanner. Small portable sheet fed scanners for photos, receipts and business cards are much cheaper.
The timing on this is so weird.
My mother (big genealogist) yesterday sends me a clip from one of her newsletters with a review which points out the portability and ease of use for scanning old photographs and small pieces of paper such as invitations, dance cards, etc.
This morning, I read the woot.com email and here it is! The best part is that the clip she sent me was bundling it with some other genealogical software she already has at the base $210 price, and here it is at almost 40% off.
Purchased and off to her as an early birthday gift. (Although all I am doing is enabling even more of her oversharing of her discoveries… *sigh* )
Kickin' it old school as a system tools developer for IBM mainframes.