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March 5th, 2004
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I think I want to get a scanner. Anyone have any recommendations?

The e-show thing last night was cool.

I have acquired pictures of me, thanks to magid. Now I need to get them scanned in and make some userpics.

I need to remember to get extra prints of two pictures.

I got some photography books out of the library the other day. Right now I'm reading something called Diana & Nikon. It's a bunch of articles on photography, mostly from the New Yorker, by this one woman. They're in response to photography exhibits or photography books, mostly. I don't get a lot of the references, but it's still pretty interesting.

Work has been busier this week, which is probably why I haven't been posting quite as much as usual. I've got a handle on things, though, which is good. And bitty is there to fetch me things, since she's my personal assistant now.

I think I saw the guy from the bathroom. He was walking down the hall in the middle of the day yesterday. I didn't get a really good look at him in the bathroom, but, still, I'm pretty sure it was the same guy. I could have gotten up earlier this morning, but I slept in a little to make sure I didn't get in too early and risk running into him. I think it's safe to head in now.

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From:majes
Date:March 5th, 2004 05:52 am (UTC)
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Hey there. I've had good luck with this scanner. You can certainly get a scanner for cheaper, but the features and reliability of this model has been worth it.
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From:queue
Date:March 5th, 2004 05:59 am (UTC)
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Ooh, and it's got a built-in 35mm film strip adapter. Have you ever used this? Any chance I could try it out some time to see how it works?
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From:spwebdesign
Date:March 5th, 2004 01:26 pm (UTC)
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Avoid Epson like the plague!

I cannot state this strongly enough. I have used several Epson and Hewlett Packard scanners, including flatbed scanners and film/slide scanners. I have never had a problem with HP; I have never had sustained success with Epson. Their drivers are all screwy, so if you have any other devices you will probably have a hell of a time getting the scanner to work.

I am confident you will be pleased with an HP scanner.
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