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treeware

(ˈtriːˌwɛə)
n
books, magazines, or other reading materials that are printed on paper made from wood pulp as opposed to texts in the form of computer software, CD-ROM, audio books, etc
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Perhaps along these lines is the humorous use of "treeware" by IT types to describe paper documents.
"Treeware" is the epithet that, in certain digital circles, is used to disparage what are more commonly called books.
They commissioned Cardiff-based computer company Treeware Ltd to design a pounds 150,000 system which will identify who were the key voters likely to swing crunch seats.