Conceived, Executed and Distributed Without Paper
- An untreated paper cut is widely blamed for the early demise of the sixteenth-century French doggerelist, Rollo de Plantain, who had he lived might well have one day seen his work published. Deliverance came too late for de Plantain, but this irksome scourge of librarians, stationers and paper handlers of every stripe down through the ages has been virtually eliminated by electronic reading.
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