This question comes from our Ask a Geek Girl group from member Angelica.

Over the holidays my grandmother whipped out her albums and shoe boxes filled with gorgeous (and some fuzzy) memories from the 1930s onward. The entire family was flabbergasted because we'd seen most of them before, but never all at once. How quickly we all forgot — in this age of digital cameras — that photographs take up a lot of space. And of course, they can't be shared between 12 people who all want a copy. My mother and I have been tasked with finding a way to digitize the photos, but we just don't know where to start. Do you have any suggestions for online or in-store services that can do the job for us? I'd love to do it myself, but I don't have a scanner and can't spend the time at Kinkos.

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