[An earlier version of this blog post was written on my phone in a rush and contained many mistakes. The number of mistakes has hopefully gone done after revision. See revised blog post below.]
After the paper computer I used to use this paper computer with my students for a few years, but stopped using it because I wasn’t able to get a clear answer regarding copyright issues from the people who created it. and the paper watch there’s now a paper phone.
The idea of using paper instead of technology isn’t really new to stationery enthusiasts: This time it is Google’s turn to feature the idea of replacing tech with paper and this has been reported by many newspapers and news websites.
The paper phone kind of reminds me of IBM’s ‘Think Pad’.
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2 thoughts on “Paper paper everywhere”
Thanks for sharing this!
It looks to me like an app for printing daily information in a usable format. I think that would be helpful at times. There is a lot of focus on getting data into smart phones and PCs, but less on extracting it.
But I can’t determine if this is a concept or more. “Special Projects” is a very generic name.
Interesting….The idea is unusual. Google as usual)))