Environmentally conscious e-mail signatures are in vogue these days. Almost everyone has seen that little graphic of a tree along with the admonition, “Please consider the environment before printing this e-mail.” Regardless of how one views the morality of harvesting farmed pine trees to make paper, at least part of the sentiment expressed by tree-hugging e-mailers is worth considering: Do we really need to print e-mails? Do we, in fact, need much of the paper we maintain?
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