This is an amusing very short excerpt from The Jim Henson Company 1967 video “Paperwork Explosion”. The original 5 minute work is here:
From the description:
In 1967, Henson was contracted by IBM to make a film extolling the virtues of their new technology, the Magnetic Tape Selectric Typewriter, a primitive word processor. The film would explore how the MT/ST would help control the massive amount of documents generated by a typical business office. Paperwork Explosion, produced in October 1967, is a quick-cut montage of images and words illustrating the intensity and pace of modern business. Henson collaborated with Raymond Scott on the electronic sound track.
(Henson and Oz later also created The Muppets, of course.)
Here’s a Wired piece on this film:
via Nelson Minar on Mastodon.