Going Paperless 2.0: The Reboot

Last week, I did a Twitter poll to see if folks would be interested if I rebooted my Going Paperless series into a kind of 2.0 version. I’d revisit some old ground for newcomers, but forge ahead into new territory, talking about how I’ve changed my processes along the way, and describing new use cases I’ve found for Evernote and Going Paperless. The result was overwhelmingly positive.

Since then, I have been working on a plan to make this happen. I am still working out a schedule, and a list of post ideas to work off of, but it occurred to me that one possible topic of interest for folks sooner rather than later might be on how my mobile paperless office has changed.

Three years ago, I wrote a Going Paperless post which described the contents of my messenger bag. Essentially, it described my mobile paperless office. Lots of things have changed in three years, including what makes up my mobile paperless office.

So, later today, at about noon Eastern Standard Time, the first new Going Paperless 2.0 post will make its debut, describing what my mobile paperless office looks like today.

As I said, I don’t have a set schedule for the series as a whole yet, but I am working on it. In the meantime, I wanted to make at least one new post as a kind of thank you to everyone who responded positively to last week’s survey.

Stay-tuned later today for the new post.

3 thoughts on “Going Paperless 2.0: The Reboot

  1. I don’t tweet, but I have a little IFTTT recipe programmed to see if there’s a new post in the going paperless category on your website. I’m happy that you’ll be back to inspire us! (and glad I kept the IFTTT recipe đŸ˜‰ )

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