I’ve gone paperless. First I bought that expensive, superfast scanner that all the productivity blogs are raving about; you can feed documents into it by the fistful. Then I bought that expensive software program that converts all those scanned documents into PDF files, runs some optical character-recognition magic on them, and digitally archives every word in a massively searchable, artificially intelligent database. How cool is that?
BTW: Personally, I love paper and would never go fully digital. But I have it only for the right things: books, my Moleskin, scribbles, paintings — not for all those invoices, business letters, leaflets, and brochures that would clutter my office or my home.