About Nate Williams
Ever since I can remember, I have been fascinated by computers. One of my earliest memories was playing the Atari 2600 with my father. I knew when I grew up, I wanted to program a computer.
In my teenage years I ran a local bulletin board system and eventually got hooked on the Internet. Things sure have changed since then, and the future only looks brighter. Nevertheless, without the past we all wouldn’t be where we are today.
Entries by Nate Williams
Wow! What an honor! Memories Renewed was chosen by The Wirecutter as the best option for most people looking to get their collection scanned. It truly is an honor because there is a sea of options available when choosing a service. Your photos and videos are important! We strive to do our best to provide you with […]
Memories Renewed is happy to announce that we now offer 16mm film transfer services! Professional Equipment We have recently acquired the professional 16mm version of equipment that we currently use for our 8mm and Super 8 film transfer service. The equipment was originally designed for the Academy of Motion Picture Film Archives in Hollywood. It […]
Now that you’ve converted your old media to digital format and are enjoying all the new benefits that it provides, what should you do with your old media? For most people, the first instinct is to throw it all in the trash. Stop! Here are a few ideas for ways to reuse or recycling your old media. […]
Transfer film to Digital First, you need to get your 8mm film digitized frame by frame. Most equipment to do this yourself is expensive and still requires you to invest in other materials needed to clean and repair bad splices. We recommend hiring a professional that can do this task for you. Be sure to […]
Melting Snow Can Cause Flooding Spring is here, but so is flooding season. 2014 has been a record setting year with extreme temperatures and huge amounts of snow accumulation. All that snow has to go somewhere when it melts, hopefully it’s not your basement or attic! Most people store away their old boxes of photos, […]
Classic American Pie Photos What better way to celebrate Pi Day than with some historic American pie photos, Enjoy! Pictures courtesy of the Library of Congress http://www.loc.gov/