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Re: [greenyes] Paperless Office


Hi Alan,

This probably isn' t the answer you were looking for, but I recently replaced my office chair with a large exercise ball. I can now sit comfortably for longer periods of time, and I tend to stretch at more frequent intervals. (I just have to remember to look behind me after standing up as the ball has a tendency to roll away when I'm not looking!)

Also, when I bought my last computer, I paid a few extra bucks for a larger monitor. It sits at a comfortable distance from my eyes, and I can adjust the font size as needed without half of the document becoming hidden. It feels much better on the eyes.

Cheers,

Amy Hemmert
Obentec, Inc.
amy@no.address
831-457-0301
www.laptoplunches.com
www.wastefreelunches.org

----- Original Message -----
From: Alan Muller
To: GreenYes
Sent: Wednesday, April 06, 2005 1:30 PM
Subject: RE: [greenyes] Paperless Office


This is an interesting issue to me on a very nuts and bolts level.

Seems I spend my life in a disorganized office overrun with both paper and various forms of electronic storage. My personal experience is that documents of any length are slow and tedious to read on screen, so I end up printing them out--feeling somewhat guilty about it. Is this a common experience? Is there a level of computers and display devices that makes this issue go away? If so, what is it?

Regards,


Alan Muller, Executive Director
Green Delaware
Box 69
Port Penn, DE 19731 USA
(302)834-3466
fax (302)836-3005
greendel@no.address
www.greendel.org


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