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OT - digitizing photos Re: TB:,HYB: status report

On Fri, 2 May 2003 21:00:59 -0500, you wrote:

>Hello John,
>> Plenty of photos, but no digital camera or scanner.

There are ways to digitize photos without a digital camera or scanner.
You can send film to any number of photo developing places (I use
photoworks, but there are others) and they will put the photos on a CD
for you.  I can even get slides put on a disk - 40 slides costs $9.95
plus S&H.

You can also go to Walmart and use their little machines to put your
photo on a disk.  But that's expensive - I think each photo costs $6,
and you only get one to a disk.  (They have to give you the disk - and
be sure the machine is working before you  start.)  I get around that
by doing a collage of photos and then separating them in the computer

RosalieAnn Beasley in MD
>> I'm just picky about the seedlings, that's all.  Some are just as good as
>> current intros, but not anything that Ghio, Keppel, or other picky
>> would introduce.  I don't always have the same taste they do, but I have
>> similar standards.  Only one seedling is currently a serious introduction
>> possibility.
>Being able to define standards, recognize them and adhere to them is not
>something I would describe as 'picky'.  Even though my own standards are
>difficult and balk at specifications and definitions, they are still there.
>One of the reasons your evaluations of irises interests me so much is that
>it seems almost 180 degrees from my own approach.  That's not to say we
>wouldn't have irises we both liked on our lists, but the means and
>definitions of how they made that list would come from different routes.  So
>I wish I could see your seedlings.  They would be interesting to me at the
>Donald Eaves
>Texas Zone 7b, USA
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