Paper is not dead – Le papier ne sera jamais mort

Couldn’t resist and this French advert has made me revise my position on the paperless world. I now need scientists to get to work and solve this problem so we can dispense with paper – entirely. The ad is very clever and has honed in superbly on the paperless world brigade. The ad has been doing the rounds of social media and I have put it here because it is a gem and I don’t want you to miss it!

In spite of offering embed – you can either click on the vimeo link in the middle of the screen or this hyperlink to the video:

Paper is not dead – le papier ne sera jamais mort.

4 Responses

  1. Cathy, the topic us interesting. Unfortunately, the video is unavailable so I couldn’t watch it

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