Category Archives: internet communication

Paper and Glass

“I don’t do the Internet! I read.” Yes, it’s true. A real person really did say that. To her, reading means books. Newspapers. Magazines. You know, words on paper. I said nothing at the time. But I thought about it. … Continue reading

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Use Your Printer

Last year, my father-in-law in Wales was in a nasty accident. The way he tells it, he was pulling into a parking place in front of a shop in the village, and suddenly the car accelerated, out of control. He … Continue reading

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Tweet, Tweet

I’m not talking about birds, here. I’m talking about Twitter. It’s in the news right now as a useful tool for getting news out of Iran, but more often you hear quips like this: “Twitter is for twits.” Twitter can … Continue reading

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The Internet Communication Divide

“I don’t go on the Internet. I read!’ “Message board… is that a blog?” “No, I think it’s a chat room.” “If all the information is on a website, I guess we’ll have to get more computer savvy.” Yes, these … Continue reading

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