I can type or scan and if we need to get them copied I would contribute.
At 02:16 PM 10/3/98 -0400, Keith R. Stewart wrote:
>Same offer as before. I can arrange the typing if you get me a photcopy.
>What kind of photocopy costs are we talking...I may offer to cover that
>too. If the copies are good enought to be scanned, I can take care of the
>scanning...if not, can you scan the originals? I see we have an offer of
>Let me know if I can help here.
>> From: Joe Curry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> To: Triumphs Mail List <email@example.com>; Spitfire Mail List
>> Subject: Service Bulletins
>> Date: Saturday, October 03, 1998 1:27 PM
>> In case anybody is wondering what happened to those service bulletins I
>> mentioned a few weeks ago, I still have them but have not had the time
>> to transpose them for uploading to the internet.
>> Here's the problem as I see it.
>> 1. I tried re-typing them so they will be in a text format so they will
>> not take up as much server space as if they were scanned. But that
>> process is too time intensive and there are illustrations that have to
>> be scanned anyway. After doing about 4 or 5, I realized that was not
>> how I wanted to spend the rest of my natural life.
>> 2. Scanning them and uploading would also be time consuming and the
>> resulting files would be too large for my own server resources.
>> 3. Others have offered to do the work, but I would have to get them
>> copied as the owner of the documents doesn't want them to leave my
>> possession. The volume if the data would make it very expensive to copy
>> and I can't see bearing that expense.
>> Any suggestions? These documents need to be shared, but I have found
>> myself entirely too short of time and funds to do it justice.
>> "If you can't excel with talent, triumph with effort."
>> -- Dave Weinbaum in National Enquirer