Dusty cassettes and worn-down records surrender fading memories to ARC’s staff, which works to preserve visual memoirs and nostalgic tunes with pristine, dependable DVD and CD transfers. Crisp, high-definition quality defines each DVD transfer ($3–$10/transfer, depending on number of copies), ensuring patrons can enjoy home movies without the sputtering loops, unspooled tape, and sporadic bursts of ’80s-style synthesizers central to most VHS-viewing experiences. ARC’s staff can also do a combined edit of film, photos, and VHS footage onto a single DVD ($20/hour; $5/each additional hour), and underscore the visuals with a choice of music. Additionally, patrons can transfer audio from flimsy records to CD ($6–$22/transfer, depending on number of copies), preserving rare recordings for years to come. All transfers include a plastic case for the DVD or CD, and ARC can craft labels for an additional $0.25.
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Diskeeper Corporation provides a range of complete performance maximizing software solutions that are designed to increase the speed and performance of PCs.
With 39 million licenses sold, you can count on Diskeeper to keep your PC faster, more reliable, energy efficient and longer lived.
ScoreBig.com gives you the chance to name your own price and score tickets guaranteed to be 10%–60% less than typical box-office prices. Honored in 2011 as one of America's Most Promising Companies by Forbes, ScoreBig presents an interactive platform on which to browse, search for, and discover upcoming events in the surrounding region.
To get started, visitors simply choose an event and their desired seating area. Then, using ScoreBig's price range as a guide, they make an offer as they see fit. Within moments, shoppers know whether their offer has been accepted. If it is, they can then complete the purchase; if it isn’t, all they have to do is make another offer, rather than trying to sweeten the deal by ramming a piece of cake into their USB drive.
Toygaroo, which got its start on ABC's Shark Tank, loans out its large selection of more than 500 playthings from brands such as Fisher-Price, Baby Einstein, and VTech to youngsters of all ages. With a Joey package (a $34.99 value / month), children select four toys each month, which Toygaroo then delivers to their doors via FedEx or freelance stork. Tots aged 1–3 can press musical-note-shaped buttons on the body of a Mickey Mouse guitar to kick out riffs and rock-'n'-roll sound effects, while toddlers six months and older can construct tottering colorful bowl-towers from Fisher-Price Stack & Roll Cups. Toygaroo charges no late fees, so customers can hold onto toys for as long as they want, but when they’re ready to part with an item, they’ll rewrap it in its original packaging, slap on an included return-shipping label, and call an off-duty Santa Claus to come pick it up.