This week’s blog entry on Simply CSOFT argues the case for a pan-industry move towards the future, beginning with the elimination of piles upon piles of paper in our offices. We take a look at the benefits of a paperless office, and use the United Kingdom National Health Service’s recent announcement to “go paperless” as a lens through which to explore the argument further.
Learn something new today with Wacky Word Wednesday! Today’s word is considered by some to be the “pioneer word for gadget,” used widely during the New Deal, and which may have been derived from the word that describes a Boy Scout’s “neckerchief fastener.” Still got questions? Stop on by to read all about it!
Like salty snacks? Check out today’s Wacky Word Wednesday post on selmelier, a salt expert. Learn about the man who coined this term and his love for all things salt. Ever wonder where spilling salt got such a bad rep? Read about it here and find out how Leonardo da Vinci is connected with this salty superstition!