As an example of how fast technology is changing, I use a picture of Russian design company Art Lebedev’s Flashkus, a disposable paper USB drive not yet on the market, in my PowerPoint presentation for my ethics CLE, “Old-Fashioned Ethics in a Newfangled World.” I use rarely use flash drives anymore, preferring cloud solutions for files on the go, but sometimes you just need a flash drive (like to take your PowerPoint to the actual conference).

These are ideal for creative types.

I like these because you can write on them, which will be great for people who use tons of inexpensive thumb drives, but don’t have a clue as to what’s on them.

Source:  ecowizer

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