Anyone got any pdf's of this been looking around but this thing is old as hell.
>>665850shit out of luck, my man. sorry.
>>666049Figured. Not been able to find it any any of those book and comic indexers. Thanks for the attempt thought.
>>666077check worldcat and see if there's a copy in any library remotely near you, and interlibrary loan it.
>>666081too bad I'm not OP, my library has a copy (but not in PDF).
>>665850I’m assuming you’ve checked libgen?
>>666316not OP but if you've free time, help a brother out.
>>666456Is there an easy way to make a pdf from a physical book?
>>666626depends what you want it for, if it's just for personal reference, camera phone could be a quick and dirty option. otherwise using a scanner is the way to go. OCR or not is up to you.
>>666627If I do manage to scan one where is best to stick the PDF? Upload to libgen I assume. Any other locations?
>>666633if it's old and out of copyright, archive.org could be an option. everything else, Libgen. Scribd if you have an account and DGAF.
>>666626Buy one of those auto feeder scanners, cut the book's headband/hinge and you end up with all the loose papers ready to be scanned. Then let the machine do the rest. This of course requires you to cut the book, but once done, you got a pdf version which will last forever. Most automatic feeders won't do double side scanning, but a lot of models outthere can do it if you spend like an extra 100$ on it. Alternatively, you can take the book to a printing shop which can do it for a fee.
>>666660it's a library book, you dumb cock.