Previously, previously, previously, previously, previously, previously.
Do I have to take stuff out to their trucks, or can I just give them a location and have them shred everything they find?
I feel like you're unclear on the meaning of everything.
Sounds like a great album name.
Dear everyone who ever recycled anything: your volunteerism has been replaced by robots.
I just hope my componentts contribute to some really fine paper clips.
Everything will be paperclips.
And then the robots finally recycle themselves.
Evidently, the universe contains enough mass to create 30.0 septendecillion paperclips.
Yes, but never enough time to get that last gram of neutrinos that for all we know is over in the next multiverse by now.
I was once dragged into a large patent lawsuit. I have never seen so much printed paper. Boxes and boxes of printed material, stacked floor to ceiling in some places. Large laser printers running around the clock. Apparently the court insisted this "evidence" has to be physically present in the courtroom at the trial. Some rule dating back to the 1800's.
Nobody looked at it, everybody just referred to the material on their laptops. The boxes of paper were carted into the courtroom, then carted back to the law office. There was a steady stream of ShredX trucks parked in front to take it afterwards.
Welcome to the future. It must be destroyed.
If it weren’t bad enough to make innovators fidget while lawyers take two hours to explain to the courts what could be done in 30 seconds at the whiteboard with peers. Ironic how patent law is supposed to encourage innovation yet experiences like that paper sacrifice do the opposite.
That logo is kind of quietly brilliant.