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Last week’s MakeUseOf Poll looked at How Do You Access The Internet When You Travel How Do You Access The Internet When You Travel? [Poll] How Do You Access The Internet When You Travel? [Poll] Read More ? It seems that the majority of our readers are using a netbook or laptop to connect to the internet while on the go. Second place was held by smart phone users connecting to Wi-Fi networks.

I figured with the number of smart phones out there nowadays that most people would be using them to connect to the net while away from home but the small screens obviously hinder user performance.

You can see the full responses below:

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This week we are asking our readers if they are paperless. Paperless is a term referring to the green goals of the future where no one has to print anything. Everything is digital from bills to invoices to financial documents. I know I have made an effort to stop getting snail mail bills. Yet some places still do not offer paperless billing options. Some people will not stay with a company that doesn’t offer paperless options.

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So we are asking you where you are with becoming a paperless person. Let us know now in the poll below!

 

  1. blackhumor
    May 10, 2010 at 11:17 am

    I have start a few months ago to be paperless and I have change about the half of them :-)

  2. lakridserne
    May 10, 2010 at 11:17 am

    Well, I've problems with my eyes, so I tend to scan all our books in (only the pages we need) to the computer, and I edit everything there.

    When I can find alternatives online, it's okay with my teachers. And I receive my tests on a CD-ROM instead of on paper. Except in math, where I sometimes have an extra paper to see how long things are.

    I only print when needed - for example when I need to give my teachers something (they don't want it digitally).

    Notes and so on is on the computer too. So I voted I am trying....

    I think it goes quite well, but I don't receive so many bills yet.
    I also got a statement from the bank in the start of the year (on paper) that said they would send more information later in the year about they'll begin sending bank status online - also if you don't have net bank yet.

    I think that was all for now.
    Great question, and thanks for your great blog. I love reading it and using information here to write on my own blog (not copy/paste, but rather I look at the web services and make my own blog post about it).

  3. lakridserne
    May 10, 2010 at 9:17 am

    Well, I've problems with my eyes, so I tend to scan all our books in (only the pages we need) to the computer, and I edit everything there.

    When I can find alternatives online, it's okay with my teachers. And I receive my tests on a CD-ROM instead of on paper. Except in math, where I sometimes have an extra paper to see how long things are.

    I only print when needed - for example when I need to give my teachers something (they don't want it digitally).

    Notes and so on is on the computer too. So I voted I am trying....

    I think it goes quite well, but I don't receive so many bills yet.
    I also got a statement from the bank in the start of the year (on paper) that said they would send more information later in the year about they'll begin sending bank status online - also if you don't have net bank yet.

    I think that was all for now.
    Great question, and thanks for your great blog. I love reading it and using information here to write on my own blog (not copy/paste, but rather I look at the web services and make my own blog post about it).

  4. Jack Cola
    May 10, 2010 at 7:38 am

    Not so much bills, more so not printing excess paper, especially lecture slides.

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