All of us at Accusoft are constantly finding interesting, fun, exciting, noteworthy, shocking and industry-changing articles all over the internet all week long. In our Follow Friday series, we feature a few of our finds to share with you. Check us out every week to see what catches our eyes around the web!
"Is the Paperless Office Possible?" - BBC Click
By Alex Hudson
BBC Click examines whether paper really is going out of fashion, focusing on the cost to reduce and eliminate paper production as well as the value of paper records. They also posted a video on how to go paperless both at home and in the office.
"Memory Breakthrough Stores Bit of Information on Single Molecule" - Huffington Post
By Michael Rundle
Upgrading a terabyte hard drive to 50 petabytes in the same amount of physical space is a seemingly impossible task that just became a real option, thanks to new research - your 2GB flash drive will soon be data storage chump change.
"Bikinis? Shoes? This Duo Will 3D Print Your Wardrobe" - Mashable
By Lauren Indvik
Pinterest users rejoice as the idea of printing articles of clothing becomes a more realistic potential, although this interview with Mary Huang, an entrepreneur exploring the intersection of fashion and coding, also points out the difficulties and limitations of 3D printing functional, wearable pieces.
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