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Re: back from Jesse's

> NYTimes had a piece awhile ago about how it was much cheaper to have 
> Wal-Mart or Walgreen's or similar print your digital photos than to do 
> it yourself.

I agree that it's cheaper, but I don't think the quality is as good.

Their colors are off and the paper usually doesn't last as long, but
if you use your own printer you can use the highest-grade paper and tweak
any color settings as necessary.

At least, that's what I thought when I bought mine and after the first few
times that I used it.  Now I just don't print anything because I don't
have time.  :)


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