[Coco] '68' Micro Journal
t.fadden at cox.net
Wed Mar 4 17:41:19 EST 2009
So, whats your point? You have four choices:
1. Don't do anything, and when you die some one will burn the magazines.
2. Sell them on ebay, and get rich?
3. Scan them without taking them apart, and spend a lot of your time.
4. Cut them apart, and get better/faster results.
The choice is yours, not ours. I do understand you concerns. The only
difference is. I already made up my mind for the Magazines I have. So
far I got Rainbows 93 done, and am now working on 92
Ryan Pritchard wrote:
> So with all the activity lately with regards to magazine scanning on the
> list. I am expecting that if these magazines were to be scanned there would
> be significant interest.
> My concerns:
> - Scanning takes a long time one page at a time.
> - Cutting the spine devalues the magazine (these are in very good
> condition), but makes the scanning go oh so much faster (plus I have access
> to an auto sheet feeder multi-purpose device, with selectable DPI.
> On Sun, Sep 28, 2008 at 2:47 PM, Ryan Pritchard <coconut at pritchard.ca>wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I just went through a box in my basement. This can be either a good or a
>> bad thing. I today's case I would guess it is a good thing as the subject
>> of the posting may allude to.
>> I have in my possession the following issues of '68' Micro Journal.
>> Volume 1 all issues (1-9), though issues 1-3 are photo copies.
>> Volume 2 all 12 issues.
>> Volume 3 all 12 issues.
>> Volume 4 all 12 issues.
>> Volume 5 all 12 issues.
>> Volume 6 all 11 issues, volume 8 was an AUG/SEP issue.
>> Volume 7 all 12 issues.
>> Volume 8 all 12 issues.
>> Volume 9 all 12 issues.
>> Volume 10 all 12 issues.
>> Volume 11 issues 1-7, volume 6 was JUN/JUL, volume 7 was AUG/SEP. Issue 1
>> from volume 12 indicated '68' Micro Journal did not publish in OCT/NOV/DEC.
>> Volume 12 issue 1, volume 1 was JAN/FEB. (Is this all there was? If so I
>> have a complete set of '68' Micro Journal originals, save the three
>> mentioned previously.
>> I also currently have found the following issues in duplicate.
>> Volume 2, issue 10.
>> Volume 4, issues 3, 4, 7, 8.
>> Volume 5, issue 1.
>> Volume 11, issue 6.
>> Ryan Pritchard
>> Fun Extends All Basic Life Expectancies
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