I've gotten the green light to submit one of my old books to Project Gutenberg, a 1902 novel called A Girl of California. I bought it from UCSB's library discard sale because it had a lovely purple cover with an orange California poppy. My immediate thought was, "well, hey, I'm a California girl!" Now all these years later, I'm scanning it and eventually OCRing it and sending it through the proofing rounds.
But for the moment, I'm just scanning it. There are 248 pages to scan. I can do two at a time but then I will have to split the pages into separate images. While I have some OCR software I'm not sure I can make it work with in Classic. It took two hours to make my scanner work with OS X (10.3.9) last night due to insanity on Image Capture's part. Who the hell thought Image Capture would be a good way to run a scanner? I came very close to uninstalling the entire program.