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  3. Be really careful with Avision's built-in software. On black pages it has a tendency to auto-crop large chunks out of pages which is one of the reasons why I stopped using mine.
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    For the 2002 live action movie of Scooby-Doo, The Jim Henson Creature Shop built a puppet of the iconic d…

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  6. RT @HistoryMuppet: Japanese Kermit the Frog is something truly magical.

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  9. Where there's one guide to Wizardry VI, there's bound to be another. Here ya go. It's interesting how in Japan this is called New Wizardry: Bane of the Cosmic Forge. Presumably the "New" was meant to emphasize the fact that unlike the previous 5 games in the series, this one was using a completely new engine with much more modern graphics (although still lagging behind what would have been cutting-edge at the time). p.s. Did I ever tell you guys about the time I uploaded a book to the Internet Archive and it actually used the first page as the cover? It happened once. True story. Of course, this time it picked page 20 as my cover, forcing me to download, edit, and re-upload its contents xml file, just like every other time I upload something. Except for that one time when it (accidentally?) allowed the first page to be the cover. It was glorious. Whoever programmed the Internet Archive software obviously lives in a country that prints book covers somewhere on the interior pages (presumably so no one seeing it on a shelf can judge the book by the cover.)
  10. RT @gamespite: Uh oh, seems legit

  11. Wizardry VI: Bane of the Cosmic Forge (originally known as Wizardry: Bane of the Cosmic Forge) is the 6th title in the Wizardry series of role-playing video games. It was the first in the trilogy surrounding the Dark Savant, which was followed by Wizardry VII: Crusaders of the Dark Savant and Wizardry 8. It was developed by Sir-Tech Software, Inc. and was released on the Amiga and DOS platforms in 1990
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  13. Retromags Presents! Dengeki PlayStation Presents: Tales of Symphonia - Bouken no Sho (vol.286 supplement) (October 29, 2004) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: kitsunebi77    Edited By: kitsunebi77    Uploaded By: kitsunebi77    Subscribe to our New Release Feedburner email!  
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    このスキャンは皆のために作ったので、ぜひダウンロードをして、友達に伝いて、楽しんでください!もしほかのところでこのスキャンを分け合ったら、そこで「このファイルはRetromagsからで、そこでタダでダウンロードすることできる」と伝いて下さい。雑誌電子化は皆のために。よろしくお願いします! This scan was made for everyone, so please download it, share it with your friends and enjoy! If you share this scan elsewhere, please say that the file came from Retromags, where anyone can download it for free. Magazine preservation is for everyone. Thank you!
  15. Most flatbed scanners don't produce images quite as nice as a good ADF - that's almost a given, so the dark and yellow pages with bleed through are not surprising. A better test for this particular scanner is one that tests its unique abilities - namely, scanning a mag that is still bound. To do that, you need to scan interior pages which have an image stretching all the way into the gutter binding (such as an advertisement) -- preferably two facing pages which join together as a single image. That way we can see how good it is at capturing the gutter side of the page on a bound mag.
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