Monday, 28 November 2005



Remember the vision of the paperless office? Didn't work out, did it?

The latest way my employer rebels against the notion is by sending memos. You know, made out of paper. Presumably the idea is that there's a novelty in snail mail which means the message stands more chance of getting through whereas electronic messages are lost in the vast deluge of corporate spam.

No doubt in six months time when everything's delivered this way the tide will turn and we'll be expected to be impressed with the unconventionality of email.

Posted by pab at 20:48 | Comments will be back later in the year. Please email me instead!