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    Yikes. My wife and mother are both teachers, so I’ve spent a lot of time both growing up and as an adult standing in front of a copier. An entire day per year at the copier? I believe it. Personally, I’d love it if copiers became smarter and did more of the work themselves. What’s the point of having robots everywhere if they’re not going to work for us?

    • Bill WIlkinson

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      I agree- there’s a myth that technology makes us more productive and less wasteful with our time. And it should, but what actually happens is, somehow, we become MORE busy, not less. And we become hooked on it too, so there’s no going back.

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