mrchad9 wrote:One thing I've resorted to frequently over the past couple years is photographing the relevant pages I'd like to print out, which would work on either a book or electronic versions.
Once photographed it is easy to email the photo to yourself, especially from a cell phone, and then print the information. The photo isn't always the highest quality but I can read it perfectly well.
Bubba Suess wrote:mrchad9 wrote:I have done a similar thing, only I have scanned them rather than photographing them. Typically I print print the scan on one side and the Topo I made on the other.
FWIW: Latest on the techo front is that dedicated e-reader devices (Kindle, Nook, etc) will dissappear in the not-too-distant future. The software will be integrated into laptops/tablets/smartphones as apps. You might want to consider staying with 'paper' for a little while longer to see how the book and guide book (and print wolrd in general) evolves.
Perhaps good 'ole paper is still the way to go.
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