I almost never print anything, although sometimes having a printout is useful when coding as the screen is never big enough. I do have 100s of books and magazines though (need a break from looking at a screen all day), but don't bother with newspapers. The arrival of the tablet PC (or NewsPad as we prefer) and software to allow (scanned) documents to act like paper, be able to annotate them easily for example should help.
Wonder what it would cost have to Picsel's work ported to RISC OS, and if that would be a good idea. PDF files are much more common than MS files now it seems, what open formats exist for dtp, spreadsheets, presentations exist? Open Office?
Calender design app Calibre bug fixed Developer Ray Favre addresses an issue that prevented some Red Letter Days from being saved to disc. The new version, 3.02, also uses the latest of Ray's DrWimp library, version 5. Calibre allows users to create and print calenders in various formats and sizes. Discuss this. Published: 10 Dec 2008