Can this be true, that Google would print and ship to me all the mail — junk, copies, spam, and obsolete – that I use its copious storage for? The reference to paper made of soybean sputum is a giveaway, surely. I’m just trying to figure out how to efficient gather and print the 150 or so emails received yesterday in response to a call to past contributors for help with the Encyclopedia of Sustainability. The abundance of comments, ideas, and connections is exhilarating, and I need to good way to save and act all of this wonderful mail. What do you think? About Gmail Paper.
Gmail on paper, by post — and it isn’t April Fool’s Day
About the Author: Karen Christensen
Karen Christensen is an entrepreneur, environmentalist, and occasional scholar who also writes about how women gain and wield power. She is the owner and CEO of Berkshire Publishing Group, a research associate of the Fairbank Center at Harvard, a member of the National Committee on US-China Relations, and founder of the Train Campaign. She was a trustee of the University of Pennsylvania’s Penn Press, Read Karen’s occasional dispatches from the frontlines of international publishing at Karen's Letter on Substack, and follow her on Twitter etc @karenchristenze.