[rescue] Inside Solaris newsletter

Barry Callahan barryc at rjlsystems.com
Thu Oct 2 09:41:20 CDT 2014

Well, since Jason just got through telling us that he scanned in the 
pile of newsletters, let's ask him what *HE* uses. ;-)

For loose pages, you can't beat an ADF-equipped scanner with dual 
imaging sensors. Scan both sides of the page at the same time. As long 
as the pages don't jam in the feeder, makes digitizing stacks of 
documents painless.

On 10/2/2014 10:26 AM, Andrew Hoerter wrote:
> On 10/2/14, Jason T <silent700 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I have completed scanning the 33 issues I was given of "Inside
>> Solaris," a monthly newsletter for admins of the Solaris operating
>> system.  This is just a small slice of the total run, which went from
>> 1995 to ??.  My scans cover all of 1999 and 2000 as well as parts of
>> 1998 and 2001:
> Thanks for doing this, Jason.  Your mail was a reminder that I've got
> some of these newsletters myself.  I have these issues from each year:
> 1996: 3-5, 7-12
> 1997: 1-3, 7-12
> 1998: 1-6
> 1999: 4
> I don't have the equipment to scan them myself, but if there's enough
> interest I would be happy to cover the postage to anyone who wants to
> get this stuff digitized.
> Speaking of scanning, are there any resources out there for figuring
> out the ideal scanners to buy or pitfalls to avoid when sucking in old
> documentation?  Maybe my google-fu is deficient.  The bitsavers.org
> page has a quick blurb on what they use, but it would be nice to read
> in more detail how people are saving classic computing documents.
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