Monday, April 9th, 2012

Better on Paper.

Stephanie

It can be so easy to delegate many of our daily tasks and responsibilities to one of our electronic devices, but I believe there are some things that are just always going to be better on paper- like a handwritten note on your birthday or your great grandmother’s meatball recipe on a well-worn index card.

In what ways will you always use paper? Prefer using paper?

 


14 thoughts on “Better on Paper.

  1. Since I don’t own a smartphone, I don’t use electronic devices much. Give me a good pad of Rhodia or Clairefontaine paper & a fountain pen and I’m good to go. I also use 3 x 5 notecards a lot.

    Bob

  2. Since I don’t own a smartphone, I don’t use electronic devices much. Give me a good pad of Rhodia or Clairefontaine paper & a fountain pen and I’m good to go. I also use 3 x 5 notecards a lot.

    Bob

  3. Hand written letters for certain. As a pastor, I hand write letters to visiting families and it makes a difference. So much mail is computerized so when an envelope arrives that has the address hand written on it with a letter written on nice paper with a good pen, the reader knows you took time for them specifically. I think this works in most any context where we are trying to make a personal impression on someone.

  4. Hand written letters for certain. As a pastor, I hand write letters to visiting families and it makes a difference. So much mail is computerized so when an envelope arrives that has the address hand written on it with a letter written on nice paper with a good pen, the reader knows you took time for them specifically. I think this works in most any context where we are trying to make a personal impression on someone.

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