Posts tagged book scanning
Custom Book Scanning: Worth it for those books you just can’t find in e-format
August 1, 2013 | 9:15 pm
I know lots of e-book readers who virtually stop reading paper books once they discover e-books. I'm one of them. We recently sold/gave away more than half of our paper book collection. Basically we kept the hardcover books that look good on the shelf. But that leaves the question of how to replace beloved favorites. Some can be repurchased as e-books, and I've certainly done my share of that. However, as you know, publishers haven't released their entire backlist, which can leave you stuck. Of course, you could scan them yourself, and I know people who do that. But that's way...
Review of Bound Book Scanning service, by Patricia Guth
January 4, 2012 | 1:25 am
The December holidays have passed and there’s no doubt – given the lines at the Nook counter at Barnes and Noble – that book reading has changed immensely in the last 5 years or so. Indeed, the era of the e-book is here to stay and more and more individuals find e-reading the way to go when it comes to reading convenience. That said, many of us are still owners of vast libraries of traditional paper books that perhaps we’d like to own in some other, more convenient format. That’s where companies like Bound Book Scanning enter the picture. This New...