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IPFS News Link • History


• arclein
The Industrial Revolution ushered in a new era of commerce?"and paperwork. As the piles of orders, records, and data in offices across the industrialized world grew, so did the need to hold relevant files together. In the pre-stapler era, papers were bound with a needle and thread (time-consuming), wax or paste (messy), string (unreliable), or pins (ouch). By the late 19th century, however, inventors were closing in on a device that would securely bind papers with a

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