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To Be Scanned By Alfred O. Cloutier
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An involuted poem that explains itself. 10 pages.
PLUTOS PRESENTE : TEX 1 à 18 format A4 By scan scan
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scan des numéros 1 à 18 de plutos présente TEX; Les scans ne sont pas blancs pour ne pas concurrencer les originaux.
Scanning 101 By Eric Basir
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Topics: Choosing a scanner with the right features, techniques for finding your scanner’s “sweet spot,” and scanning various types of originals, such as prints, negatives and... More > oversized originals. Presented by Eric Basir of Photo Grafix. This syllabus accompanies a video lecture by Eric Basir called "Scanning 101." The video is available free of charge at Youtube: http://youtu.be/1qEzmwWFKBQ This was lecture was presented for the Federation of Genealogical Societies annual conference on August 24, 2013 in at the Grand Wayne Center in Fort Wayne, Indiana (USA). If you registered for the conference, you do not need to purchase this syllabus. It is in your conference syllabus. For more information about Photo Grafix, visit http://photografix.pro. To learn more about the fantastic services of the Federation of Genealogical Societies at http://www.fgs.org/.< Less
Scan Me By Mick Winter
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Everybody's Guide to the Magical World of QR Codes Imagine you could hold your mobile phone up to an image, and magically summon any information you wished. You see a movie poster and wonder if the... More > movie is worth seeing. Zap! You're watching the movie's trailer. You see a restaurant menu and wonder about the food. Zap! You're reading reviews from people who ate there. You're at a subway stop. Zap! You're seeing the actual arrival time of the next train. You see a magazine ad for a product and want to buy it. Zap! You've placed the order. How does this magic happen? With something called a QR Code. If you have a business or non-profit organization, you absolutely want to know how to use QR Codes. This book will tell you how you can use them in your marketing to attract, assist, hang on to and increase your customers. If you want to know how to make them and use them for personal or educational use, you'll learn that, too. They're free. They're fun. They're useful. Why not start now?< Less
Scan Me By Mick Winter
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Everybody's Guide to the Magical World of QR Codes Imagine you could hold your mobile phone up to an image, and magically summon any information you wished. You see a movie poster and wonder if the... More > movie is worth seeing. Zap! You're watching the movie's trailer. You see a restaurant menu and wonder about the food. Zap! You're reading reviews from people who ate there. You're at a subway stop. Zap! You're seeing the actual arrival time of the next train. You see a magazine ad for a product and want to buy it. Zap! You've placed the order. How does this magic happen? With something called a QR Code. If you have a business or non-profit organization, you absolutely want to know how to use QR Codes. This book will tell you how you can use them in your marketing to attract, assist, hang on to and increase your customers. If you want to know how to make them and use them for personal or educational use, you'll learn that, too. They're free. They're fun. They're useful. Why not start now?< Less
Scanning the Environment By Farrukh Khan
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This very brief note is about an evaluation of the positioning of two major retail and grocery competitors. Amazon Grocery, a relative newcomer to the market, which commenced operations in May 2006,... More > has an emphasis on the organic and health food related markets with an inventory of 15,000 non-perishable items. About half of the previously mentioned inventory items for Amazon Grocery are organic and health food related items. The other retail competitor is Aldi’s focuses on the highest quality food products at the lowest possible price. The evaluation note focuses on demographics and socio-cultural trends, advertising, strategy and image for the previously mentioned retailers and the strategy that a competitor should adopt.< Less
Scanning the Environment By Farrukh Khan
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This very brief note is about an evaluation of the positioning of two major retail and grocery competitors. Amazon Grocery, a relative newcomer to the market, which commenced operations in May 2006,... More > has an emphasis on the organic and health food related markets with an inventory of 15,000 non-perishable items. About half of the previously mentioned inventory items for Amazon Grocery are organic and health food related items. The other retail competitor is Aldi’s focuses on the highest quality food products at the lowest possible price. The evaluation note focuses on demographics and socio-cultural trends, advertising, strategy and image for the previously mentioned retailers and the strategy that a competitor should adopt.< Less
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Scanning Old Books By Dick Eastman
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Genealogists love old books. Many of us would love to scan some of these books for our own use or to make them available to others when copyright laws allow. Scanned books can easily be distributed... More > on CD-ROM disks or via online web sites. The only difficult part is the scanning of the original books. Almost any scanner can be used to make images of old books. However, using a desktop scanner purchased at the local computer store has significant disadvantages. For one thing, these units are designed for scanning photographs and other individual sheets of paper. They do not work well for bound books. Trying to place a bound book onto the glass plate of a typical inexpensive scanner can damage the book's binding. In addition, words printed near the center binding will not be flat against the glass, causing "curling." If OCR (Optical Character Recognition) software is used, the words near the center binding are difficult to decode and will lead to high error rates.< Less
Scanning Books the Easy Way By Dick Eastman
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Scanning an entire book usually is a difficult task, at best. Turning the pages manually and holding the book on a typical desktop scanner is a tedious process for a typical volume of 200 pages or... More > more. The other problem is "curl." That is, the binding is such that most books will not lie flat on the scanner and the resultant image looks poor. Trying to convert those images to text using OCR (optical text recognition) is probably impossible. The usual solution to both of these issues is to cut the binding off the book and then use a scanner that has an automatic document feeder. The automatic document feeders work in a similar manner to a photocopy machine or FAX machine: insert a stack of papers, press a button and then walk away. The machine automatically selects one page at a time, inserts it and then scans the page. However, many of us are reluctant to cut the bindings from our valuable books. Thanks to modern technology, there is a better solution.< Less