I have a new essay up, Inflection Point, which is about--amongst other things--what would happen if we never had to save documents:
When you write something down on a piece of paper, you're not expected to laminate it or perform some other bizarre closing ritual before you file it away in your desk drawer. You would be surprised if you wrote down a note to yourself and when you went back to it the next day, half of it was inexplicably missing after you swear blind you remember writing it. [more]
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