I'm going to continue on paper until we get the new system and then run the same number of work weeks on elogs. After that, I will be able to compare the two and see which method uses more time. Since all the paper-logging anti-elog people claim they're not cheating, I am logging 100% legal, log it as I run it. It'll add up to four or five weeks of each. Since my runs are fairly regular, I will be comparing same distances, same areas, same routes and same number of stops. At the end of this, I will have a completely neutral, objective result. I want to see for myself which claims hold water and which are all wet.
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