Mom and Dad are selling the family pile, packing up the RV and hitting the road. You and your siblings congenially divied up the china, crystal and silver, but the family photos have reduced sisters to tears and brothers to snarling demons. to the rescue with their incredible deal for scanning a variety of different sized photos. Yes, you have to do the prep work but what a great way to save all those family relationships!

clipped from

Your Photos, Off the Shelf at Last

Digital photos, of course, are another story. They can be instantly and inexpensively duplicated a million times, stored in lots of different places, stashed online, sent around to relatives. And the modern world of screen savers, slide show software, digital frames, DVD burners, photo books and other digital products make it infinitely easier to show your pictures — which, you could argue, is the whole point of having them.

You’d be forgiven, then, for raising an eyebrow at the offer made by a California company called It says it will professionally scan 1,000 photos for you, the same day it receives them, and put them on a DVD for $50.

  blog it