OK, sure, that Winnie the Pooh iBook looks pretty slick. But what about all of those real books that are gathering dust on your real bookshelf? Well, with this Instructable, those too can become (slightly less slick) ebooks.
Dearest copier, thank you for making office tasks simpler, tolerating our very NSFW pranks, and frustrating us with error messages for over 50 years.
We thought Sony was clever, but here's the original "Blu-ray" device. It's a copier, duplicating large mylar maps by using ammonia and photosensitive paper to transfer the image. And here's a pile of its product:
The Gadget: The Epson Artisan 800 All-In-One with Wi-Fi and fax. On paper, it has all the signs of being the best AIO ever made, especially for people who want versatility but care deeply about fine photographic prints.
So I I feel like distributing my favorite propaganda far and wide, what do I do? Go to the local copy center and make hundreds of cheap copies to hopefully influence the masses, of course. Now, what the hell am I supposed to do when I am in the middle of nowhere and feel the need to distribute flyers for my band's…
Here's a nifty trinket from Panasonic: An SD card copier. To make it extra nice, there is a wee switch that lets you copy either the entire contents of the card, or just the photos. This "pocket copier" is coming out in October in Japan. Any readers out there want to translate the rest for me? Google is doing a fine…