When the PC was first invented, everyone said it would be the end of paper but the reality was we ended up using far more paper. But now, with tablets, wi-fi and other technologies, I think we are finally seeing the end of paper in a big way and I like it. I never been a fan of paper because I find it difficult to hold about involuntarily scrunching it up. Now we have the everyday technology for easy to read portable electronic versions of books, magazines and newspapers. At meetings, we can have all our documents we need on our tablets, neat and tidy!
So the paperless society is upon us and this can only be good for the environment and the inclusion of disabled people.
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