From the page: "Robert Fisk窶s World: Right to the very end in Iraq, our masters denied us the truth"
While I can certainly appreciate the beauty in handwritten script - Samuel Welo's Studio Handbook being an excellent example, http://tinyurl.com/76cs65 - is handwriting's death simply evolution? As they note in the article there simply isn't enough time in the day to write by hand the amount of information we now input by keyboard. How many people lament the passing of cuneiform, hammering out pictograms by chisel?
The final sentence - "Our descendants may struggle to read our letters, but they'll never even see most of our texts and e-mails" - could be said to be equally true of the incredible amount of knowledge that perished in the destruction of the Library of Alexandria. E-mails and texts can be preserved for future generations; it just takes a little effort on our part.
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An extract from Bob Burton's Inside Spin: The dark underbelly of the PR industry.
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From the page: "Viral politics 2008: how social media is changing the presidential debate"