Why Paper Jams Persist

www.newyorker.com

I didn’t know it was possible to write 4,000 words about paper jams and the people that work on them, but I’m so happy I do now. This is so geeky.


“Jamming happens whenever something that’s supposed to flow through a space fails to do so, perhaps because of overcrowding, or bending, or because its constant movement degrades the space through which it travels.”

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