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Use scanR to Photograph Documents with Your Cell Phone

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If you are the business type, you've probably been in this situation before: You're in a brainstorming meeting, and your boss is scribbling all over the whiteboard. After everyone's tossed out their ideas, you have a ton of info on said whiteboard to transfer into your notebook. It's not only a boring task, but you're liable to forget something, or worse, run out of room. I know how you feel; I've been there too.

Thankfully for us, there's ScanR, which allows you to use your digital camera or camera phone to snap a picture of your brainstorm masterpiece, then send it on to ScanR to digitize and store online. You can then print, email, or fax your docs to anywhere in the world. Plus, you can even scan documents and business cards. At $3 bucks a month for unlimited scanning, it's a small price to pay to save yourself from aching hands — copying all those whiteboard scribbles can be tiring.

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wickedcupofjoe wickedcupofjoe 8 years
How good is the result? Wouldn't it depend on the phone quality? And then smoosh down someone else's scribble... Camera sure, but camera phone, which you would most likely have on hand and available, not so sure if I'd do this.
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