[rescue] In Realtime: Saving 25,000 Manuals — August 15, 2015
lionel4287 at gmail.com
Mon Aug 17 07:12:17 CDT 2015
As I understand it, their first step is reasonable - start at one end, grab
one of each unique manual, dumpster the duplicates, and work as fast as they
can. The unique manuals will be stored till the end of the year, which allows
some time to come up with a 'next step'.
With only one week available, I don't think they have time for any other
> On Aug 16, 2015, at 11:21 PM, Robert Toegel <rjtoegel at gmail.com> wrote:
> I tried to leave a comment to the effect of didn't anyone think of the
> Smithsonian? They'll take anything. Just don't know if they'll let
> outsiders scan and digitize the stuff but they might allow volunteers to do
> it. Better than a dumpster.
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