A Writing Revolution
In the 1900s, slate tablets and chalk gave way to paper and pencil. A century later, paper and pencil are evolving into a new kind of electronic paper: blogs and wikis. While writing fundamentals have remained constant through the centuries, the media we use has again evolved.
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