By Vincent Rossmeier Sep. 19, 2009
By now the arguments are familiar: Facebook is ruining our social relationships; Google is making us dumber; texting is destroying the English language as we know it. We’re facing a crisis, one that could very well corrode the way humans have communicated since we first evolved from apes. What we need, so say these proud Luddites, is to turn our backs on technology and embrace not the keyboard, but the pencil.
No! The author of "A Better Pencil" explains why such hysterical hand-wringing is as old as communication itself
A very interesting article – read the full details at Is the Internet melting our brains?