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Shred everyone - the Fetchland paperless office thread

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Aug 2020
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Nicholls595
As a printer, paper wins everytime πŸ˜‰
Aug 2020
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GregP
Love Evers-Pixers post on the bottom of the last page. I will cherish that.
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12:36pm, 2 Aug 2020
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EvilPixie
I often get this piss taken at work for the amount I write down and that I keep my notes but then I will also get β€œ6 months ago .....don’t suppose you wrote anything down ,.. oh you did great thanks β€œ
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12:37pm, 2 Aug 2020
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EvilPixie
Writing is becoming a lost art
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12:48pm, 2 Aug 2020
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bree
Clairefontaine A5 squared (90g/mΒ²)
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7:22am, 3 Aug 2020
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GregP
Wuw! Ho Brii!
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2:45pm, 26 Aug 2020
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GregP
Six years old, but still worth a read. I'm posting this both on Glenn's Scrapbook and the 'digital/analogue notebook' pages as it has applicability to both, I think.

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6:00pm, 23 Aug 2021
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Angus Clydesdale
Agreed ^^
When I joined the fire brigade we didn't have much time to take notes (and the course was, you'll likely be pleased to hear, about 80% practical). We were issued reams of printed handouts to revise from for our exams, but I found the only way to properly learn the material was to write notes, taken from the handouts. I've got 3 large spiral-bound PukkaPad A4 books full of notes and lists from that time. Another couple from my swimming coaching courses too.

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"Leuchtturm1917" - a harrowing portrayal of trench warfare, but this time from the German side. .

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