SWITZERLAND – Nobel prize winner in Linguistics, Zoe Didamaker, thanked D-Rings in her lecture upon accepting the coveted prize.
“I have to, of course, defer this discovery to my assistant at the time, but doctoral students never get any credit for a reason… at any rate D-Rings changed my world. Suddenly, my binders were working with me, not against me.”
She went on to credit the D-rings for an ease with organization, thus freeing up her time for important science. Didamaker concluded her lecture by saying she could not have reached the place she has professionally without the hole-punch.
“It changed my life.”
by Dan Plighter