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Somewhere recently I saw an article about the pros and cons of converting to a
"paperless" environment - complete with helpful graphs showing electronic
production costs peaking extremely then going down, and print production
costs staying the same for a long while, then gradually going down, but never,
of course, going away. Nice run-on, huh? I think it was in Inter Com, but I
can't find it - anyone know what I'm talking about or have a similar reference