but there is apparently a service that will scan your photos at a nickel apiece, and burn them to a DVD. That's $50 for 1000.
MOM - do this NOW.
You could send them away to a company that does the scanning, but that’s incredibly expensive; most charge 50 cents or even $1 a photo.
You’d be forgiven, then, for raising an eyebrow at the offer made by a California company called ScanMyPhotos.com. It says it will professionally scan 1,000 photos for you, the same day it receives them, and put them on a DVD for $50.
So what’s the catch?
Actually, no catch, but lots of fine print.
FInally those boxes of photos will be in a position to be used, whether on the Facebook, Flickr, or whatevs.