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Was wie viel Arbeit und keine Zeit für das Weblog aussieht ist schlichtweg Faulheit.

Aber einen hab ich gleich wohl. Wie man Papier handhabt (denn Papier geht ja besser als jeder Computer!):

This is a follow-up to a post I made on this thread eighteen months ago. With the illustrative diagrams it’s rather long – but I hope it gives a useful addition to the problem of dealing with paper.

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Folget den Ausführungen von Martin Ternouth – ab ca. dem 1. Viertel der Seite, man bemerkt dann die Grafiken.

Außerdem die papierne Wahrhaftigkeit eines großen Autoren (von dem ich noch nix gelesen habe):

Years ago I read a non-fiction book by Isaac Asimov in which he said that after his public talks he was often asked by someone in the audience how he envisaged information transfer systems of the distant future. He said that he always replied along the following lines: he foresaw a time when information could transferred from a storage device to the human brain without requiring any additional hardware for making the transfer, the device being so cheap to make that it could be produced by the million and thrown away when no longer needed, so light and robust that it could be taken and used almost anywhere — in bed, on the beach, even in the swimming pool. He would then be asked how long we would have to wait for this advanced technology, and would reply that we already had it, in the form of printed books.

(ebd.)

Insgesamt via 43Folders. (Woher sonst?)

Ach, ja: und nicht vergessen: The Social Live of Paper (.pdf direkt auf den Tisch). Der in The New Yorker erschienene Artikel liegt schon lange mehrfach gelesen auf meinem Rechner, seit ihn Elizabeth Statmore von Circus Ponies mal im Anwenderforum gepostet hat.

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