The “Paperless Office” Is Finally Arriving

When the Internet first arrived, we printed things more and more and more. Then something changed

Clive Thompson

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A stack of printed magazines, with small post-it notes poking out from inside
Photo by Bernd Klutsch on Unsplash

Remember the “paperless office”?

Back around the second world war, high-tech thinkers started predicting the demise of paper in white-collar workplaces. After all, if computers became ubiquitous and we all…

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Clive Thompson

I write 2X a week on tech, science, culture — and how those collide. Writer at NYT mag/Wired; author, “Coders”. @clive@saturation.social clive@clivethompson.net