Why I went Paperless

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For as long as I can remember, I have been using a pen and paper to take notes, making lists, doing homework, etc. Probably the most useful tools in the world thinking about it. Recording our writings for access later and the ability to translate what we have in our head onto something physical.

Every year, I’d buy a dozen notebooks (most of which I don’t even fill) to take notes and get work done. I’d also buy sticky notes…

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Aamer Seth

Aamer Seth

A young University student very curious about many things and here to share his thinking. Interested in Photography, Technology and sharing stories.

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