Last week I visited the AIIM 2008 conference and exhibition in Boston, Massachusetts. I saw several items that may be of interest to our friends in the court community. First, I am a fan of straight path scanners. Anything that keeps paper from leaving its original “flat orientation” is a good idea. One example is the HP Scanjet 7800 that is rated at 25 pages per minute, but can also scan two-sided with one pass and has a 50 page document feeder. It has some nice software that comes with it. Second, many of us are trying to create and post online forms. The company that makes the Foxit PDF reader program has a Form Designer Program available for $79. At that price one might as well try it. And finally, for those courts that are undertaking scanning projects that involve docket, registry, or minute books, one might be interested in a scanner that automatically scans and turns the pages by itself by Kirtas Technologies. They also have a service bureau if one wants to use the scanning system for a limited job.