Let me ask you a hypothetical question… Let’s assume for a moment that you are hosting an event for somewhere between 50 and 75 of your closest friends. An absolutely unavoidable part of that event is providing those people with between 300-400 pages of information, some of which changes on a daily basis.
Knowing no other information than what was provided, would you rather:
A) Get all 300-400 pages in hard copy, knowing that some of the information contained therein is already two versions out of date.
B) Get 100 pages of hard copy that’s pretty much set in stone and a link to the additional 200-300 pages that is updated daily/weekly.
C) Get a link to all 300-400 pages of information so you can access it electronically, because this is the 21st century and who wants to lug around 400 pages worth of binder all day.
D) Neither. Timely and accurate delivery of information has no place in the contemporary decision-making environment.
Take your time. Your answer won’t be graded, but it’s very possible I’ll judge you based on your answer.