Isn’t it amazing how far technology has come in such a short period of time. Think of the first computer that entered our home and how about the early model mobile phones that resembled the size and shape of a brick. Thanks to this advance in technology, we now have an abundance of tools to help us communicate more efficiently and because of this we have adapted the way in which we communicate. For better or worse; LOL, B4N, C2C, FYEO, GFI…
“I'll write to you. A super-long letter, like in an old-fashioned novel” ― Haruki Murakami, After Dark
In a world of texts, instant messaging and emails has the act of letter writing, and even the basics of spelling and grammar, become a forgotten art? Should we still bother teaching our kids how to write letters when their communication revolves around more electronic means?
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Michelle Tupy is a content writer who quite happily spends her time behind the scenes writing Facebook posts, blog posts, articles and ebooks on behalf of busy managers. She is the Blog and Epublishing Manager for Clever Streak (www.cleverstreak.com).
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