A few years ago, my place of employment decided to go paperless. It was not as much fun as going braless, and definitely not as successful.
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Paper is, of course, the medium through which and upon which we have for centuries enjoyed reading literature and looking at art. But it's also served us a packaging. And money. Some pieces of paper are priceless: mostly, it ends up as trash.
Even though we're reading books on our Kindles, taking notes on our iPads, and paying bills on our smartphones, in 2011, is paperless possible?
Preparing a sustainable meal can be a selfish endeavor; I guarantee you that it will be more fun, tastier and make for a good conversation at your table. However, it's also about our global community.
The DX makes it easy to read 8.5" by 11" docs with a larger screen and includes more memory -- enough for 3,500 books. Is this the paperless revolution that was supposed to come a decade ago?
Follow the lead and get rid of tribute books for any charity events or fundraisers and save yourself the headache of printers. And save some trees while you're at it.
HELSINKI, Feb 12 (Reuters) - Google (GOOG.O) is planning to build a data centre at the old paper mill premises in southeastern Finland that it bought ...
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