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I have just returned from our local office superstore, where I bought yet another fax machine. I made the purchase without thinking twice about it. Times have certainly changed. When Gary and I started our company, our "office" fit into one corner of the living room. We outfitted it with one phone line, a cheap calculator, and a new electric typewriter. A wobbly folding card table and a small wooden kitchen table served as desks. Chairs were dining room castoffs and our filing cabinet a plastic milk crate. Eleven years later, we've filled two large rooms with four metal office desks, comfortable chairs, good calculators at each desk, three computers, a scanner, copier, fax, a half-dozen file cabinets, storage cabinets,