Thursday, December 10, 2009

Do you need to transfer videotapes to DVD?

Hello:

I would not normally put a advertisment on this blog.  However, I know that historians sometimes need to transfer old film to DVD. 

Jean Lawler is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College and Harvard, a friend of South Hadley, and a good friend of mine.  I can assure you that any relative of hers would be reliable.  So, If you need to transfer old videotapes to DVD, you might want to check http://www.xfermation.com

- Bob Judge

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From: Jean Lawler
   
Hello friends!


I'm writing to let you know...Mark E. Lawler this month...has decided to continue pursuing his undergrad degree starting in January here at  NorthShore Community College. He should finish his 2 year degree this summer and will transfer to UMASS Amherst to study environmental ed. Then his sights are set on Harvard Ed. (What is that about the acorn and the tree?)

Anyway, to earn money while he is in school, Mark has set up a media transfer business and will be making DVDs from VHS, miniDVD, Super8 and all that jazz.  Soon he will also be doing slides and photos to CDs.
I wanted to let you know about it in case you have recently looked at a shelf of videotapes and wondered what to do with them.

Here is the website http://www.xfermation.com. Orders can be placed online...

1 comment:

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