[FoRK] Back to... paper?
<lionkimbro at gmail.com> on
Sun Nov 18 09:58:14 PST 2007
Wow! I really need to get one of those scanners for Saturday House.
(I'm now referring to the scanner mentioned in:
My method lately has been to carry project sheets with photocopies.
I've found that most everything I get people interested in, that
requires some commitment in action, I get interested in through
material-world interactions. This is where the paper comes in
*REALLY HANDY.* I'm extremely visually oriented, and I make
heavy use of diagrams and drawings when explaining things to people.
One of the projects is a mailing list replacement program, as per
the prior conversation with Luis Villa. I now have 7 testers, 2 programmers
(including myself) working on it, and there's another programmer in
the wings. This all came about through material world interactions.
If I just had a web page on the project, I doubt I would have had so much
interaction, so quickly, with so little work on my own part.
But I can't stop thinking about all those missed opportunities online.
If I could just drop pages into the scanner, and have them appear
on the web on the other side, with navigation between pages,
individual url's per page, namability, and so on, ...
On Nov 17, 2007 9:47 PM, Jeff Bone <jbone at place.org> wrote:
> Okay, so I've desperately been trying to rid my life of paper for
> years, and... well, not succeeding.
> This evening after reading this:
> I found myself looking at this:
> ...when a commercial for this came across the tube:
> That kind of coincidence suggests to me that this is, perhaps, an
> area worthy of more attention than I've paid to it to date.
> Anyone have any experience with any of these (types of) products?
> Any of these hackable? Flyworld is all-PC as far as I can tell;
> Livescribe not clear.
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