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Your Top Going Paperless Products Of 2013

It can be helpful to see what other people are doing when they go paperless, and part of that is the products that they use. In 2013, many of you chose to support the DocumentSnap site by making online purchases through some of the links on the site. For example, when you purchase a scanner […]

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How I Manage My Life Without Paper

In this year’s DocumentSnap survey[1], there was a great suggestion from an awesome reader: I’m interested in how you and other people manage their lives, their tasks, priorities, documents, to-do lists, and everything that goes with it. I first came to DocumentSnap for help on making my world paperless. With your guidance I’ve made good […]

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Scansnap SV600 Review – Book Scanning Reimagined

Well, the ScanSnap SV600 is certainly different than any other ScanSnap that I’ve experienced. A question that I get all the time is this: “What’s the best way to scan books, magazines, or other things that won’t fit in a document feeder?” I’ve never had a satisfactory answer to that question until now. Fujitsu hooked […]

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Evernote Essentials 4 Review

It seems like only seven months ago that Brett Kelly released Version 3 of Evernote Essentials. Oh wait, it was. I don’t know when that man has time to see his family because I just received word that Evernote Essentials Version 4[1] is out this morning. If you’ve purchased one of the earlier versions, you […]

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In Praise Of The Paperless Inbox

This is going to be a strange thing to say, but I love (and I mean LOVE) inboxes. When we think of inboxes, we usually think of that plastic or wire thing on the desk that is overflowing with paper from 2 years ago. Since I’m all about going paperless, I’m talking about an electronic […]

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ScanSnap iX500 Now Supports Wireless Scanning To A Computer

In a comment to his ScanSnap iX500 review, some obviously uninformed person wrote this: I’ve been thinking about the Wi-Fi to [computer] thing, and I really doubt Fujitsu is going to do it. The reason I think that is because I would imagine that they would be afraid of it cannibalizing sales of their network […]

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We Are Our Own Worst Enemy When Going Paperless

This post is going to be a bit different than my usual fare, which often focuses on the more technical aspects of going paperless. I’ve been writing DocumentSnap since the summer of 2008, and have had the opportunity to communicate with a large and fantastic group of readers. Many have gone paperless and want to […]

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Introducing the Paperless Document Organization Guide

Hello all, As promised on the blog back in February, the first DocumentSnap product is now ready to go. The Paperless Document Organization Guide helps answer the question “now that I’ve scanned my documents, what the heck do I do with them so that I can find them again?” Learn more or pick it up […]

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Fujitsu ScanSnap: How Are The S1300 and ScanSnap S1500 Models Different?

I get asked this question quite a bit: “What is the difference between the Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300 and the ScanSnap S1500 series?”, and then the logical followup: “Which should I buy?”. I decided to put together this blog post for me to point people to, so here is a rundown of the differences between the […]

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ScanSnap + Evernote = Chocolate + Peanut Butter

Recently I’ve been asked quite a bit how to use Evernote with the Fujitsu ScanSnap. It’s a great combination and quite easy. Here’s a video that runs you through the processs. The video shows the Mac version, but Windows will be the same concept. In a nutshell, here is what you do. In this example […]

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