Doxie Go Giveaway

Doxie Go Giveaway

Doxie GoThere is nothing I like better than giving away cool stuff to DocumentSnap readers, and therefore I am super happy to announce another giveaway.

The makers of the Doxie Go scanner have hooked me up with one Doxie Go scanner to give away to one lucky reader on Monday, July 16 at 12pm PST.

This is the new Doxie Go that I wrote about last week that supports legal-sized scanning.

How To Enter

There are two ways to enter, and the winner will be chosen randomly:

Method 1: Twitter: Follow @documentsnap and @doxiescanner and tweet something like the following:

I want to go paperless with a @doxiescanner Doxie Go from @DocumentSnap #dsdxg.

(The @DocumentSnap and #dsdxg need to be there!)

Method 2: Comment: Not on Twitter? Not a problem. Leave a comment below and tell me about the paper that you want to digitize.

Contest Notes

  • Winners will be contacted by DM on Twitter or e-mail for commenters, so make sure you follow @DocumentSnap and/or enter your correct e-mail address in the comment (don’t worry, only I can see it).
  • Only one entry per person per platform please.
  • The winner will be drawn randomly at 12pm PST on Monday, July 16. Entries must be received by then.
  • Entries from anywhere in the world are accepted.
  • Good luck!
[box type=”note”]The drawing is now closed, and the winner was awesome DocumentSnap reader Bob. Thanks for entering, everyone![/box]

About the Author

Brooks Duncan helps individuals and small businesses go paperless. He's been an accountant, a software developer, a manager in a very large corporation, and has run DocumentSnap since 2008. You can find Brooks on Twitter at @documentsnap or @brooksduncan. Thanks for stopping by.

Leave a Reply 69 comments

Anne Seiden, MD - July 16, 2012 Reply

As a psychiatrist in a solo practice, I have mountains of paper — patient notes, insurance information, household accounts, reference materials, and all sorts of interesting notes I want to keep. Yhe piles of paper are such that I can't do anything without encountering other things that need doing…………..!

Keri - July 16, 2012 Reply

I really need this scanner to run my business. I'm currently working with a lawyer to get his office paperless and this would be a great tool to have.

Gary - July 16, 2012 Reply

I want to digitize my new law office. The legal-size scanning capability of the Doxie would be great for this purpose. Winning the scanner would be extra special, since I'm on a tight operating budget right now.

andrew_lee - July 16, 2012 Reply

I want to digitize all of my paper financial records.

Chris - July 15, 2012 Reply

I want to use the Doxie Go to digitilize my mother in laws small notebooks that she kept for every single trip she took from the mid 1950s till she died. These notes included trips with my husband as a child continuing with trips with my daughters starting when they were little till college age. It's a wonderful look at life over 50 years and 4 continents.

Caesar - July 15, 2012 Reply

I'm completely paperless at home and office because of your paperless action plan course. Now I just need a Doxie Go to become a paperless ninja on all of my business trips!

Mari - July 14, 2012 Reply

Receipts, pay stubs, meeting notes, medical documents, articles and news items from newspapers and magazines, cards and notes I don't want to lose from people I don't want to forget, brochures about places I want to go… You name it, it's probably piled on my desk at work or at home.

Jen - July 14, 2012 Reply

I want to go paperless in my classroom so that I can stop killing copious amounts if trees each semester!

Sandals - July 14, 2012 Reply

NEED to win this. Moving to a smaller home and have NO space to keep all my children's school projects, written stuff, art, etc., etc. Boxes and boxes of it. Husband is getting tired of moving it all the time. HELP!?!

Erika Victor - July 13, 2012 Reply

I REALLY need to declutter and this will be just the push I need. I want to create eportfolios with my third graders this year and love what this Doxie would enable us to do!

Adrianne Stone - July 13, 2012 Reply

I want to digitize all my papers from my graduate school classes and my lab notebook for my research! Not to mention receipts and stuff that I get in the mail. I usually just pile stuff somewhere with the future intention of filing it somehow but always end up forgetting and then trashing it all on cleaning days.

j4k - July 13, 2012 Reply

I’d like to simply scan my sketches, receipts and just about all the paper documents which are spread all over my working space right now.

David - July 13, 2012 Reply

My grandmother left behind boxes and boxes of paper. This would be a great gift for my parents so they could finally start scanning it.

Miguel Prieto - July 13, 2012 Reply

I would like to use it in my office for scanning forms

Ulf - July 12, 2012 Reply

Receipts, recipes, photos etc. – you name it, I've got boxes of them. We've just recently moved into a smaller place with little storage and had to get rid of a few belongings. Now it's time to de-clutter further and this little baby should do the trick.

safepethaven - July 12, 2012 Reply

I want to go paperless, and the @doxiescanner Doxie Go from @DocumentSnap #dsdxg. would make this so much easier! There are 3 generations of documents, diaries, photos, and misc. medical history taking up space in my tiny home that need to go away, but keep the info itself.

Adrian Vela - July 12, 2012 Reply

I am trying to go paperless and my flatbed scanner isn't helping!

Mark Johnson - July 12, 2012 Reply

HI Brooks. I would use the Doxie on-the-go to get copies of documents from clients instead of making photocopies.

Karen B - July 11, 2012 Reply

I want to go paperless in order to get my life and my house under control!

T.R. Elass - July 11, 2012 Reply

I have several boxes of papers/documents from the early days of our children, financial records, family documents from Syria/Middle East. We have shipped these boxes from the Middle East to the US and back at least twice (so 4 trips across the Atlantic by boat, minimum) — wasting space and effort lugging them around when moving. "Digitize, then shred" – my new planned new, home-office mantra…:)

Bryan - July 11, 2012 Reply

In a small townhouse with large family, need help to get rid of paper medical statements and other mail which cannot be emailed.

Jane - July 11, 2012 Reply

All the scraps on my desk!

Paula - July 11, 2012 Reply

I really need to digitize everything. I can't use my desk because it is covered in disorganized papers.

tjb654 - July 11, 2012 Reply

I have a four-drawer filing cabinet full of reference material. It would be wonderful to empty it by scanning.

Tom - July 11, 2012 Reply

The prodigious quantities of documents, receipts received on a daily basis needs to be controlled..

Bob - July 11, 2012 Reply

I really want to get rid of clutter–so I'd like to digitize almost all paper. High on my list are user manuals, notes from meetings, and receipts

Brad E - July 11, 2012 Reply

I need to digitize my old tax records.

Becky - July 11, 2012 Reply

I have a TON of old papers from my high school and past college years that I'd reallllllly like to get rid of by scanning in.

pam - July 11, 2012 Reply

what not to scan? Would like to get scanning everything, the problem is finding the time to get set up.
Working on getting things organized to scan.

Sue - July 11, 2012 Reply

Receipts, Receipts, Receipts!

Deborah Wolford - July 11, 2012 Reply

I need to digitalize my legal files and my equine photos having just done a four day photo shoot at the Pryor Mountain Range in Wyoming

Greg - July 11, 2012 Reply

I need to digitize two file-cabinets full of stuff to make room for my newborn daughter's bedroom!

Matt - July 11, 2012 Reply

Would be really helpful to digitize all our records–just had a second kid and need the closet space!

Jeremy K - July 11, 2012 Reply

Mostly paperwork, like bills, receipts, manuals, etc. Stuff that I need to keep around but will likely never need.

@rgreen - July 11, 2012 Reply

I want to empty a filing cabinet.

Manuela - July 11, 2012 Reply

I would love to digitize monthly reports coming in from clients that I need to hold on to for 3 years from their sign date.

Bruce - July 11, 2012 Reply

I want to archive memories of parents and grandparents that are scattered all over and preserve for future generations.

Robyn - July 11, 2012 Reply

Would love to give it to my son to digitize all of his papers for school, Just got his masters, so proud of him.

JNS - July 11, 2012 Reply

Gotta digitize 3 years-worth of business receipts and invoices – the mountain bigger every day.

Dallee - July 11, 2012 Reply

Hardware lust — plain and simple! I would love to have a Doxie!

Clngitup - July 11, 2012 Reply

I've got personal paper records in two residences, as well as have family members who aren't totally computer-comfortable, but need help digging out of their paper boxes with a simple, straight-forward system. Warranties/receipts, medical records, tax records and the like would be at the top of the list for showing them how a good scanner can make things more efficient – and secure

Jay - July 11, 2012 Reply

I have a bunch of investment statements and other financial documents piling up!

SoulForce1 - July 11, 2012 Reply

I work in the field and really need an option for mobile digitizing. Legal-sized capability would be a real plus!

Sarah - July 11, 2012 Reply

I want to digitize all of my business cards that I have collected over the years

kpw - July 11, 2012 Reply

I have a small business. Just took out 27 (yikes) bankers boxes of old papers held in storage. I had them shredded by a service which used up my weekend fun $. ;-( and was thinking that a lot of that stuff wouldn't even be there if I went paperless. I need help!!!!!!

Fabienne - July 11, 2012 Reply

I have archives for our family business going back to 1996 to scan plus so many recipes I have accumulated through the years plus binders full of information regarding my child growing up – lots of work ahead of me and looking forward to it.

Leanne - July 11, 2012 Reply

I want to scan & shred everything! My home is 400 square feet & there are 2 of us. 4 on the weekend & stuff belonging to us all. I have receipts, seminar manuals, business cards, all the regular paper one collects over the years & we have a lot of years under our belts.

Tom Blanchard - July 11, 2012 Reply

Scanning our clients information at the local foodbank would simplify our work greatly. We have years of records that need to be entered, a daunting task with our old flatbed scanner.

DEB - July 11, 2012 Reply

I need to reduce all my papers (receipts, hard copy docs, etc.) ASAP as I downsize my living accommodations….physical storage is so expensive.

Marty Mandelbaum - July 11, 2012 Reply

I would like to scan three filing cabinets worth of records in my house in addition to my kids art projects, photos and grandma’s recipes. Thanks so much for all your tips and information.

Bobbie Sue Daitch - July 11, 2012 Reply

OMG! what an opportunity to get my husband out of my way at my desk and let him scan his genealogy materials & work to his computer at the kitchen table!

Stacey - July 11, 2012 Reply

I'm in the process of moving and would absolutely LOVE a Doxie Go!! My biggest hurdle is not scanning regularly and if I had a Doxie Go where I could scan all docs as soon as I get them, it would make going paperless so much easier! Thanks so much for the opportunity!!

Jim - July 11, 2012 Reply

I am a pastor & have lots of notes from college & seminary I need to digitize.

Dana - July 11, 2012 Reply

Desperately need to digitize 3 businesses that I help run and my home life with hubby, 2 kids, and bucket loads of pictures that are on my to do list to digitize.
Fingers and toes crossed that I win the Doxie GO!!!!

Dave - July 10, 2012 Reply

I am swimming in bills and, oddly, legal-sized reports from the pediatrician’s office. I’d love to digitize them!!

Paul - July 10, 2012 Reply

I bring so many papers home from work so that I can scan them on my scansnap…a doxie go would make digitizing work documents so much easier

medicalbillingfordentists - July 10, 2012 Reply

Honestly, the Doxie is just plain cute! I'd love to have one for my briefcase, I would use it every day.

TMB - July 10, 2012 Reply

I would love to digitize all notes and handouts related to my college engineering class so I can slim down to using just a single notebook.

bdoubleu - July 10, 2012 Reply

I would love to get rid of the two filing cabinets full of "this and that" taking up too much space in my office!

cdfarms - July 10, 2012 Reply

Hey Brooks! I would love to win this for my daughter and soon to be son-in-law! He's farms too, would help them out a bunch!! Pick me!! Pick me!!! Ha Ha – have a great day!

cybermarmotte - July 10, 2012 Reply

All my bills!

@Alan_Fowler - July 10, 2012 Reply

I want to digitize all the odds and ends around my office and house.

Caroline - July 10, 2012 Reply

Awesome! I want to digitize all my notes from college and say goodbye to old paper notebooks.

Angela - July 10, 2012 Reply

I want to digitize all of my grandmother's recipe's that are strewn about on napkins, pieces of note paper and random sheets. I've had them all in a couple of large ziploc bags since she passed.

Leo - July 10, 2012 Reply

I want to simply go paperless and digitize all of my old documents and new incoming paper documents.

Robert - July 10, 2012 Reply

We need to simplify by going paperless with our homesteading material.

Lou - July 10, 2012 Reply

I need a way to digitize medical records that are coming in regularly. Also, would like to pursue a paperless home.

Tasha - July 10, 2012 Reply

I need to digitize 100's of receipts, so I can get rid of the paper bags and shoe boxes that clients give me!


Ryan Stasel - July 10, 2012 Reply

Would really like to digitize all my grandmother's genealogy notes.

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