I think this is a great idea, Scott, though I can see the point Javeria makes below about farm-raised pulp forests. Thing is, if demand goes up, loggers will continually encroach wilderness in order to expand their silvaculture.
So anything we can do to stem the demand should help the environment.
I think the decision to print or not to print should be the users.There would always be need to print to certain documnets. I think the whole idea will fail because users will block any attachment with a .wwf suffix.
Besides the paper companies own millions of acres of forest that were planted specifically to be used for pulp. When sections are harvested, they are re-planted.
Facebook's Graph Search may face some profound challenges and risks, first, because Facebook users haven't been thinking of their posts as product reviews; and second, because Facebook will now have to contend with the social-network equivalent of SEO "gaming" of results.
The new UltraViolet online DRM model has people upset, but the question we should ask ourselves is whether we want a flexible model to harmonize content owner and content consumer rights, or a one-takes-all model that probably results in less online content.
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