Computers: Dealing with Terminal Phobia

In the office of the future, some executive prefer the past

The chief executive officer at a Florida financial institution demands that reports printed out by his firm's computers be retyped on nice, white, pre-computer-revolution paper before he will even look at them. Without a hint of apology, he explains that he will not trust anything he reads on green-and-white printouts. At the headquarters of a large Atlanta company, the chairman of the board boasts that he has never touched a keyboard, and that neither he nor any of his right-hand men have a computer...

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