[bksvol-discuss] Re: Romance books

Hi Guido
I ordered the Plustek OpticBook 3600 because it is designed to scan books, I 
think the overall time to scan and cleanup a book should be less than that of 
the Epson 3170.

 

I will test this new machine by feeding it over 750 hart throbbing, heavy 
breathing pages of romance books. If it needs a defibulater it will be returned 
and I will search for a more virile scanner.

 

Jim B  

 

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  From: Guido Corona 
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  And which scanner are you planning to submit to this steamy baptism of 
'romancic' fire? 
  The new device might undergo cardiac arrest. 

  Guido 


  Guido Dante Corona
  IBM Accessibility Center,  Austin Tx.
  Research Division,
  Phone:  512. 838. 9735.
  Email: guidoc@xxxxxxxxxxx
  Web:  http://www.ibm.com/able



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  Hi all 
    
  Last week I spilled a glass of red wine on my epson 3170 scanner. I cleaned 
it up, set it in the sun for two hours and it came back to life until today. 
Probably died of cirrhosis of the circuits. My new scanner will arrive Monday, 
so to break it in my wife gave me 3 romance books to scan. I will scan them if 
someone is interested in validating them. 
    

  From Harlequin American Romance 
    
  From the back cover. 
  Book 1  The Sheriff 
  Sheriff...Or Outlaw? Or Both? 
  Down on her luck, Mary Beth Parker is back in her hometown of Naconiche, East 
Texas, to claim her inheritanceâa runÂdown restaurant and motel. The whole 
town pitches in to help her with this fixer upper, including J. J. Outlaw, the 
sheriff. But Mary Beth doesn't want his kind of help. 
    
  Book 2 The Cop 
  A Law-Abiding Outlaw! 
  Carrie Campbell has secret business in Naconiche, Texas. But while she's 
quietly looking into land for oil exploration, she's also falling for Judge 
Frank James Outlaw. Hard. Yes, he's got two little rug rats and yes, he lives 
in this crazy backwater town. But Carrie is discovering she would do just about 
anything to hang on to this Outlaw, no matter what his crimes. 
    
  Book 3 The Cop 
  City Boy Moves Home For Now 
  As Dr. Kelly Martin discovers, Cole Younger Outlaw is one ornery patient. The 
hard-bitten Houston cop doesn't seem happy about recovering from his gunshot 
wounds in Naconicheâhome of his protective family, the Double Dip ice cream 
parlor and a police department whose biggest concern is filling people in on 
the latest gossip. Kelly loves this small town, but the place seems to get on 
Cole's nerves. 
    
  Jim B 
    

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