I have a bunch of old Super 8 movie films from family in years gone by.
Can any one recommend an efficient and economical way to convert them to
I see online services available, but they are very costly.
PS as a last resort I may experiment with using a projector to play the
reels and try to record the projected image with a cam corder. My fear
is that there will be too much quality loss this way.
For 2014, I may have conflicts on most Wednesdays. I just scheduled
the next batch of meeting space for 2nd Thursdays of each month, with
our next one on Thursday, January 9, 7:00 PM. I'm still waiting for
confirmation on the meeting location, but I did request the same room
we've been meeting in, Campus Center Mid-Century room 331.
Tonight we've got a meeting at the mid century room (rm. 331) at 7pm.
No topic, no speaker so it'll just be an open forum... I figure we can talk
about linux current events, any interesting linux stuff people are working
on and talk about what we want to do for demos/etc. for next year.
If nobody objects, I'd like to sign myself up for the talk for next month.
I am leery of the allegiances of any politician who refers to their
constituents as "consumers".
Brown University is looking for a security-centric Windows/Linux admin
for a special environment they are building to process health care
records. If you have experience with security regulations and
technologies and like the straight-shot commute to Brown via 146 rather
than commute to Boston on the Pike, this might be for you.
Please respond to the position description and not to me. I do not
represent Brown or know anything about the job beyond what is here, I'm
just posting for a friend.