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How does a 100-year-old tree become paper?

It’s hard to imagine that a large 100-year-old tree can produce 17 reams of paper. This brings us to the question of how do you manufacture materials from a tree to make this paper. 594 more words


Have you hugged a tree today?

Now that I have sifted, sorted, scanned, recycled and implemented new tools to become paperless, I thought it would be fitting to take a stand for our environment. 742 more words


Daily Quip

If we are aspiring to be a paperless society, what will we use in the bathroom?



The Paperless Classroom is Coming

Back-to-school night this year in Mr. G’s sixth-grade classroom felt a bit like an inquisition. Teacher Matthew Gudenius, a boyish, 36-year-old computer whiz who runs his class like a preteen tech startup, had prepared 26 PowerPoint slides filled with facts and footnotes to deflect the concerns of parents. 1,238 more words

A paper mountain of identity

I don’t know who used to say that we were moving towards a paperless society. I don’t even know if they still say it, considering the amount of paper still swirling around us. 420 more words