preserving / ressurecting old docs?

From: Davison, Lee <>
Date: Sat Jun 30 00:30:41 2001

> > than 1/100" so ok. 250dpi then.
> You're still going to get shitty quality. Why skimp on something that is
> supposed to be a preservationary resource for the future?
But I don't. I get good quality. It's the information I want to preserve,
not the physical document. ASCII would do.

> Your data set is way too limited to be making a valid judgement.
Examples don't need to be comprehensive.


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