It is often handy to have access to the information that you find on the cache page while you are out on a hunt. Re-reading the description, checking the hint and even reading the past logs can help you when you just can't find it! However, if you are planning to do a lot of caches at a time, this would mean printing out a number of pages in order to have access to information. Unless you want to give 'paperless caching' a try.
In general, paperless caching means having an alternative way to access the cache page information without printing out each description. It is usually done with a PDA, a smartphone, or even an iPod. In this section, you will find a growing number of tutorials on how you can start paperless caching.