Thursday, May 01, 2008

Xerox and reusable paper

We occasionally get glimpses of ideas from Xerox (NYSE XRX) and their famed Palo Alto Research Center (PARC). This week they've showed off their concept for reusable paper, and UV-technology-based combination of media and printer, with an explanation of when a printer application could take advantage of this capability. CNET's Green Tech Blog covers the story, and includes the following encapsulated video.

2 comments:

Alison Graves said...

Jim,
I'm so excited about this initiative I just learned about, I had to let you know, in case you want to write more about it or include a link in your blog. It's called www.changethemargins.com. Check it out. It's such a great idea. I don't know why I'm so fired up about this, but I love the grassroots nature of it: One person with a good idea can make a big impact. Have you changed your margins yet? .75 all the way around. I did. Instant gratification! Green it forward. Best, Alison

lucky said...

I agree with you about these. Well someday Ill create a blog to compete you! lolz.