I'm not swallowing this whole yet. But The Register is reporting that one of their readers just received 32 documents from HP in a box that could have held around four million sheets of paper.
It's hard to imagine how this kind of stupidity might occur, and I doubt we've heard the whole story here. But, really? According to the email the Register received the box contained sixteen boxes that each contained two sheets of paper. There were SEVENTEEN total boxes in the package.
Apparently the two sheets of paper, each licenses for software that the www.revistadeteatro.com business had purchased, were very fragile, and could not be mixed. Each license (two pages long) was not only in its own box...but wrapped in foam. The only reason this isn't worse than those book-length iPhone bills is because they only did it to one person (that we know of).
I mean...really, really? The really ridiculous thing is...couldn't they have just emailed PDFs?
Via The Regsiter
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