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  1. Hi Red, thanks for your comment. For me, the idea of scanning paperwork and storing it on the computer brings up a whole host of other issues (for which read ‘objections’), amongst them being the fact that I feel I spend too much time in front of a screen as it is! Secondly though, I also have what may be an outdated attachment to the physical feel of paper in my hands – particularly when I need to read it, appraise or proofread it, or perhaps digest it for research purposes. Somehow reading the words on a screen doesn’t seem to go ‘in’ in the same way that reading them off a piece of paper does. At university, I always had to do the final checking of my draft essays by printing them off. Not very environmentally friendly, I do accept.

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