Top 20 Fax Quotes

Words matter. These are the best Fax Quotes from famous people such as Joan Collins, Kevin de Leon, Harlan Coben, James Salter, Jan Koum, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.

I don't use e-mail; I phone and fax. I think people who

I don’t use e-mail; I phone and fax. I think people who are hunched over their computer screens all day should get a life.
Joan Collins
I didn’t know how to do a press release, so I’d call the local Assembly member and say, ‘Hey, can you fax me one of your press releases?’ ‘Which one?’ ‘Any one.’
Kevin de Leon
My house has too many distractions. There’s the email. There’s checking my Amazon ranking. I know I’m the only author who’s ever done that, ever. There’s the fax. Too many distractions. I like to go out and write.
Harlan Coben
The publishers, as I remember at the very beginning of my career, wrote letters with their fountain pens. A letter is different from a phone call or fax. It’s a different kind of intimacy. That pervaded the entire business of writing and publishing.
James Salter
People have SMS, right? It stinks. It’s a dead technology, like a fax machine left over from the Seventies, sitting there as a cash cow for carriers.
Jan Koum
I set up my own trading center in my Cabot dorm room… with my computer, my fax machine, and my telephone.
Kenneth C. Griffin
Then, as the day progresses, depending on how the product is coming in – for instance, the fish man will fax us and say black bass is great – throughout the day, we’ll also make judgment calls and adapt to what’s available.
Thomas Keller
What is special about VOIP is that it’s just another thing you can do on the Internet, whereas it is the only thing – or nearly the only thing with the exception of the dial-up modem and fax – that you can do on the public switched telephone network.
Vint Cerf
I’m not terribly technological. I’m awfully backward about iPads and BlackBerries and suchlike; I still have a great fondness for Teletext, and I clung onto my fax machine for as long as I could, but eventually you have to move with the times.
David Tang
I have no idea how to get in touch with anyone anymore. Everyone, it seems, has a home phone, a cell phone, a regular e-mail account, a Facebook account, a Twitter account, and a Web site. Some of them also have a Google Voice number. There are the sentimental few who still have fax machines.
Susan Orlean
We barely had cell phones on ‘90210.’ It started in the ’90s. That’s pretty much when fax machines came into play. When I first got the script for ‘90210’ I had to come into New York to get it. It was not emailed to me; there was no email.
Ian Ziering
Those inevitable dreams where you can’t get your column in, you know, and at first they were the Xerox telecopy, and then they were the fax machine, and then they were, you know, email. The anxiety remains the same, but the technology has changed.
Ellen Goodman
My workspace is defined by books, ephemera, quiet and light. I don’t have a computer, telephone or a fax machine there.
Maira Kalman
The Maori culture is different than our culture where we’re most likely to introduce ourselves by email or fax and we conduct a lot of business in an impersonal way, whereas for Maori, the only way to do it is to make the pilgrimage and sit down face-to-face and have some tea.
Niki Caro
Technology improves our lives in so many ways – from our toasters, ovens, and refrigerators at home to our computers, fax machines, and BlackBerrys at work. Technology makes once-burdensome tasks easy and fun.
Jared Polis
I like to make colored xeroxes of things. I clip out pictures of Liza Minelli and her husband from magazines and I fax them to people anonymously.
Zooey Deschanel
I don’t believe in e-mail. I rarely use a cell phone and I don’t have a fax.
Seth Green
If it ain’t baroque, don’t fax it.
Denis Norden
Not since the steam engine has any invention disrupted business models like the Internet. Whole industries including music distribution, yellow-pages directories, landline telephones, and fax machines have been radically reordered by the digital revolution.
John Sununu
Your hands are not made to type out memos. Or put paper through fax machines. Or hold a phone up while you talk to people you dislike. One hundred years from now, your hands will rot like dust in your grave. You have to make wonderful use of those hands now. Kiss your hands so they can make magic.
James Altucher