Re: Mouse Pad, scans, etc.
Tue, 18 Nov 1997 17:07:23 -0500 (EST)

be forewarned...

Seattle FilmWorks scan quality is abhorable! Color is off and the compression
ratio is mushy (even on the highest quality).

if you want things scanned, i'd be happy to do it (for a very small fee).


p.s. - for those of you wanting that rump rug/quarter sheet pattern...i am
STILL working on it. almost done, but not quite happy with it. gotta make a
couple of modifications.
Elizabeth Johanson & CA Royalty (Ariel)
<A HREF="">King County M
odel Horse Farm Project</A>
<A HREF="">Arabian Web Sites
<A HREF="">Lazy J Arabians</A>
Maple Valley/Hobart, Washington, USA
> Subj: Re: Mouse Pad
> Date: 97-11-18 16:35:30 EST
> From: (Dorthy Beebe)
> To:, (ridecamp)
> Seattle Filmworks will do the same thing at the same price, too, I think.
> They are on the net, too, and if you get your pictures developed by them,
> they e-mail you the photos, and put them on disk and give you hard copies!
> ----------
> > From: Terry Woolley Howe <>
> > To: ridecamp <>
> > Subject: Mouse Pad
> > Date: Monday, November 17, 1997 8:48 PM
> >
> > Sometime back someone asked about a horse theme mouse pad for their
> > computer. This evening I was at a color copy store and learned that
> > they make custom mouse pads. You can send them a photograph and they
> > will reduce it or enlarge it as necessary to get the correct size. The
> > cost is $10 for one, and $9 each for 2-10 quantity of the same picture.
> > The have cheaper rates for larger quantity orders. I talked to them
> > about doing some by mail and they said they would charge $3 for all
> > taxes, shipping and handling (for one, of course more for quantity
> > orders.) They said they would get it mailed out the same week that they
> > receive the order. These would probably make nice holiday gifts. Give
> > them a call, if you want more information.
> >
> > The company is Color World, 8122 Miramar Road, San Diego, CA. 92126.
> > Their telephone number is (619) 566-4700, FAX 566-4744, email:
> > I don't have an interest in this company, but just
> > wanted to pass this along in case someone wanted to get a mouse pad with
> > their horse on it.
> >
> > Terry Woolley Howe
> > San Diego
> >
> > P.S. You actually could have one made of yourself to give to your
> > spouse to take to the office to remind him of you during the day. Of
> > course, occasionally the urge to use your likeness as a dart board or
> > toilet paper may be too great a temptation to resist.