HelloFax in the New York Times!

July 13th, 2011

Totally unexpected! Check out the article, “Getting By Without a Computer Printer.”

Or, skip to the good part and read this excerpt!

“One of the main reasons many people own a printer is because we still live in a world where a scribble of ink on a piece of paper, also known as a signature, is required for many documents. It remains an infuriating process: You have to print the document out to sign it, then mail it or scan it and either fax or e-mail it back to the sender.

An online service, Hello Fax (hellofax.com), keeps a digital image of your signature on file, which you can then position and resize onto any document you upload to the service. Once the document is “signed,” you can e-mail it or send it to a fax machine from your PC. The service can also, for a fee, provide you with a fax number. Incoming faxes can then be viewed — and signed — onscreen.”

Couldn’t have said it better myself. Love it.

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2 Responses to “HelloFax in the New York Times!”

  1. S A says:

    New company tagine?

    “HelloFax. Goodbye Printer.”

  2. Joseph says:

    Haha. Love it.