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Anticipating uplinkage to a vast, transcendent noösphere in 2012, many people are converting their physical memories into handy digital copies, which are much easier to store, view, and transfer to futuristic cyborg brains. For today’s side deal, $25 gets you $100 worth of preservation services from iPreserve. Make DVDs out of camcorder tapes and 8-mm reels. Turn photos, slides, and negatives into digital pictures. Digitize your most important documents. Today’s Groupon is perfect for sharing on the Internet or for archiving for safekeeping in deep underground bunkers.
If you live in Manhattan, a pickup service and in-home consultation is available for an additional $20. Those outside of Manhattan can mail their orders in. Read all about getting started here. You can use your Groupon to cover the cost of one of the following special packages:
- Package 1—Convert two videos and 100 photos to DVD
- Package 2—Convert five videos (camcorder tapes are OK) to DVD
- Package 3—Convert 200 photos up to 5x7 (unbound, loose photos; no albums) to DVD
Or put the $100 credit toward your own customized solution. Pricing varies based on media and payment preference (points vs. a la carte). A single, free-standing picture costs 45 cents, while a VHS-to-DVD conversion goes for $20. It’s a small price to pay for priceless memories.
A la carte prices vary by location and are subject to change.
iPreserve preserved the following testimonial: > * My life is so much more organized and my memories are alive… – Willa Mortensen, Orem, UT