Ever sit in a doctor’s office and wonder why we’re still subjected to filling out endless paper forms? Or have you asked why we’re still printing and faxing so many things? Or still meeting in person to sign a document?
We have! And that got us thinking—why do we still do things this way? Is there a conspiracy to keep us hooked on paper? If so, who’s behind it all?
The answer: Big Paper.
Big Paper has weaseled its way into nearly every industry—from insurance to healthcare to education to finance—leaving us all with a long and frustrating paper trail to navigate.
But you can stop the madness by learning the truth.
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As President and CEO of Big Paper since 1986, Milton has weathered the rise of the Internet, cell phones, and eReaders. His sneaky business practices have ensured that no matter what technology makes an appearance, paper will still be necessary. Every Labor Day, he hosts the Paper Olympics—with events like paper airplane toss, fastest filer, shredded paper pickup, and paperweight lifting.
He’s loved paper since he fell out of an overgrown oak tree at the age of six and vowed revenge by cutting down every tree he could get his hands on. When he’s not in his office sorting paper stacks, he enjoys picnicking with his latest collection of paper plates and napkins.