I don’t know about the legality of scanning books but it is interesting Perhaps Google will outsource its scanning to him. The pricing goes like this. For $1, he’ll scan:
- Book [100 Pages]
- Photos 
- Business Documents [10 Pages]
1dollarscan.com Will Scan and Digitize Paper and Books for Only $1
Are paper and books cluttering file cabinets and bookshelves? No more worries, 1dollarscan.com will scan and digitize books, business documents, greeting cards, and photos from $1
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) August 05, 2011
Yusuke’s 2,000 books were crowding out his Tokyo apartment, so he scanned them all into his iPad.
Six months later he was running the largest digital scanning service in Japan with over 200 employees doing the same thing for customers in Japan.
With significant inquires worldwide, he has launched 1dollarscan.com to provide the same service here in the US.
1dollarscan will scan and digitize all printed materials from books, business cards, greeting cards, photos, to business documents from $1.
With a radically efficient operation and patent pending technology to optimize the reading experience, 1dollarscan is launching August 5, 2011.
Customers can order in 3 easy steps,
Step 1: Send in Papers
Step 2: 1dollarscan.com will make it Digital
Step 3: Access from any Device
And all this for just $1.
No more hassle, let 1dollarscan.com do the work.
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