Adam Dachis describes a system he uses for his “paperless” office. It uses:
- Doxie One or Doxie Go ($149-199): The Doxie One is the cheaper of the two scanners, but the Doxie Go comes with a battery so you can scan on the go. Personally, I use the Doxie Go so I can more easily scan away from my computer (and watch TV during those big scanning jobs) but either model will do the job just fine.
- Evernote: You’ll use Evernote to store and organize your new digital paper. Download the app and sign up for an account (if you don’t have one already).
- Eye-Fi X2 Card (Optional, $30): When you put an Eye-Fi card in Doxie, it’ll transfer scans over Wi-Fi back to your computer. While it requires a little extra setup, Doxie works much better this way. All you have to do is scan and check your computer moments later to find the file(s).
Read the entire article…just click below:
- How I Went Completely Paperless In Two Days (lifehacker.com.au)
- How I Turned Three Years of Paper into a Highly Organized, Searchable Document Database in Two Days (lifehacker.com)
- Completely Paperless in 2 Days (wtee.wordpress.com)
- Doxie One: Affordable portable scanner for Mac, iPad (tuaw.com)
- Portable Scanning with the Doxie One (chronicle.com)
- Doxie One portable scanner rolls in for $149, plays well alone and syncs with Mac, PC and iOS (engadget.com)
- Doxie Go Scans All Your Paper, Goes Everywhere, and Syncs with Many Popular Cloud Apps (lifehacker.com)