[bksvol-discuss] Re: A Technical Request

Hi Scott,

Just something to think about, but technique depends a lot more on the skill
of the user of any given tool than the tool itself. A truly dedicated user
can make an unreliable tool work wonders or an uninformed user can make a
really stellar tool look inadequate.

Just saying.

Mayrie

  

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Subject: [bksvol-discuss] A Technical Request

Volunteers,

Liz Halperin is doing a bit of research for me on scanning and proofing
techniques. To test she needs three  SHORT books submitted by volunteers.
She needs one each scanned by Kurzweil, OpenBook, and OmniPro.

Volunteers who scan with any of these three tools and can locate a short
book to do for her during January please write to me at:

scottr@xxxxxxxxxxxx

Scott Rains
Benetech Fellow
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