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[filmscanners] Re: Revive this list?!



Jules,

Actually, that makes sense to me too - would you suggest what we might
address best here?  Scanners seem about done as a topic - they'll be around
for a while, but they are more like appliances than specialized equipment
and a lot of the issues have been addressed.  I would like to keep this
group going as the expertise here seems to be better than most lists I am
aware of.

Perhaps some others have suggestions also.

Brad

On 8/9/04 19:53, "Julian Vrieslander" <julianv@mindspring.com> wrote:

> On 9/8/04 4:32 PM, "Brad Davis" <DocBradd@mac.com> wrote:
>
>> Were it up to me, and it isn't, so this is just a preference, I would have
>> it cover digital photography from acquisition to printing.
>
> I have not been a conspicuous presence on this list, mostly lurking for a
> couple of years.  I have learned a lot from the good people here, and
> perhaps contributed a few meager tidbits of info from my own experience.  I
> hope the list does not die.
>
> But I want to voice a cautionary reaction to Brad's suggestion.  For me, the
> best mailing lists are those that address a narrow topic, and stay focused
> on that topic.  This means that I don't have to wade through a lot of
> articles to find the few that I want to read.  Digital photography is a
> rather broad field, and could encompass scanning, digicams, photoediting,
> color management, printing, imaging for the web, business and employment
> issues, etc.  Some of those subfields interest me, some do not.  I would
> hate to see this group evolve into a high volume list covering a diffuse
> range of topics.  I would rather subscribe to a small set of focused lists
> that cover the subfields I follow.  That's what I am doing now.
>
> --
> Julian Vrieslander <julianv@mindspring.com>
>
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