字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hello subscribers and others. It's David Hoffman, filmmaker with another clip, this clip from 1979. It's actually quite amazing. So I'm in Chicago on I'm Doing a documentary on the Information Age. The coming of the information age on one of the things they promised was a paperless office. Do we have a paperless office to you of a paperless office? I'm reading paper all the time. I love paper. That didn't happen. So I'm in this office environment, and I'm looking for workers who were just going to describe what kind of paper they're dealing with. And I ask this woman, Would you talk to me? She says, Yeah, but I gotta be honest. And I said, Absolutely, be honest. So this is 1979 Chicago and what you're seeing is a work print work picture. It's all I have. It was in my basement. I found this film. I process it into digital and I see this wonderful woman. So she's blunt. She's honest. She's charming. I wish I knew who she was. So I should thank her for being in this YouTube clip 1979 paperless office. Are we going to see it What is she dealing with? Give me some idea of where we are. What? How much stuff There is here. What? It's used for problems. You have dealing with it All mountains. We have over 600 items in this corporation. About 300 of informs. We have problems every day mounting. Well, we have the place open two hours each day, whereas the departments and our corporation can come down and pick up supplies and carry them out on their arms. At this time, we have all kind of questions like no one knows the item number, wrong item, numbers, own descriptions. You name it, we get it. Not all 300 forms. What kind of boards? Name, money. That's everything in the building, everything is written on paper. Very. Make a phone call. You need to return. It is written on a member pants. If you want, um, have someone to do another job, usually write it down. Maybe if the bosses and around help isn't around. You ever feel sinking under a mountain or ocean at least once a week at least once a week? We have so many forms as you can see that we could probably go into business myself gets out. It's gonna get out of control. Always. But so far, not yet. Tell me how you feel about it. I could burn it. Oh, yes. Yeah. I would probably burn my pager. Uh, I'm gonna ask you gonna tell you word? Tell me what comes Rockers. I couldn't say it. I'm not supposed to hit it. That's what comes to my mind. Government. I mean, government. Good, bad. Too much bad and too much. That was a point in question. Why did Why aren't just well, that that was the government was in the first thing that came to my mind, but the government was my second choice. Now, if you're still watching, I'd like you to tell me what you think of the paperless office. And how do you deal with paper for me? I don't read on a computer screen. I cannot read on the computer screen with any depth. When I want to really read something I printed out. But my son, who's 18 he reads on a computer screen. He can't stand paper. Are we going to actually see a paperless office or paperless home? Are you dealing with paper? Less than you used to Give me a sense of it. Leave me a comment. Thank you.