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Paper is not dead…

Your new tablet computer may help you declutter your life, but paper won’t ever die.paper dead

Personnally I have never embraced the predictions that the book was dead or the era of paper is over. Which probably explains why this video of a French commercial warmed by lonely laggard heart.

Watch and enjoy:

 When “Paperless” won’t do the job…

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One Comment on “Paper is not dead…”

  1. Selzer Quinoso April 18, 2013 at 11:25 pm #

    Thanks for your info, I will be checking in..thanks

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