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From: Jim & Sharon Kavanagh <>
Subject: Re: [Irish in Chicago] How long do ink jet prints really last?
Date: Mon, 10 Oct 2005 10:04:06 -0700
In-Reply-To: <0d72bb910c089a57e73303e174c576cd@tds.net>


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At 08:01 AM 10/10/2005 -0500, Sally J. Jacobs wrote:
>Dear Family Historians,
>
>Hi! My name is Sally, and I'm a Wisconsin-based archivist.
>
>I've been researching the question of ink-jet longevity for the October
>issue of my free montly e-zine "Ask the Archivist." The most interesting
>thing I learned is that brand *does* matter. The paper, ink, and equipment
>are all designed to work together. So if you've got an BrandX printer you
>need to buy BrandX paper and BrandX ink, too -- if you want them to last
>for 100 years (as some manufacturers claim).
>
>I had some not-so-great experiences with printing my own photos before I
>started researching ink jet longevity. Now, I've decided to ditch my ink
>jet altogether. Instead, I upload digital photos to my trusted local photo
>shop.
>
>The October issue of "Ask the Archivist" comes out in a few days.
>Subscribing is super-easy on our website:
>
>http://www.jacobsarchival.com
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>Got questions for the archivist?.... Email me anytime!
>
>Sincerely,
>Sally
>
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