Monday, June 17, 2013
Fast Company recommends going analog.
Handwriting has had its defenders even before Facebook was making us lonely: Martin Heidegger, the uncheerful philosopher, thought that the typewriter was a homewrecker, inserting itself between the hand and the word. Pages were no longer being written, he scowled, they were merely typed.
Writing? He had writing? Why, in my day, we were glad to have pictograms.
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