This is HUGE news. Wow! Take a scanned document and convert it via OCR technologies to editable text via Google Docs. All for free.

http://googledocs.blogspot.com/2010/06/optical-character-recognition-ocr-in.html

Hat tip to Alan Levine!
http://twitter.com/cogdog

Kudos to the innovators at Google!

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