Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Mounds and Mounds of paper, in the paperless office:

Below, in part I of my story about Exxon Office System Shrinks, jgfellow commented on his own efforts to reduce paper use. He reminded me of one of the great ironies we faced at Exxon, in our small startup: Our efforts to produce a paperless office produced mounds and mounds of computer listings and drafts of documents. I developed a healthy respect for paper - a truly wonderful storage medium - in 1978 and following years.

I will soon post part III of the 'shrinks' story.

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