The decline of handwriting and the rise of e-mail and text messaging has been highlighted in a new BBC Daily Life survey of media consumption in the digital age.
It suggests that half of written communication is by e-mail, 29% by text message and just 13% by pen and paper.
Among the over-65s, pen and paper remained popular at 39%.
But among the 15-to-24s only 5% of their communications were by pen and paper.
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Friday, March 24, 2006
Posted by AKI SYSTEMS 2600 at 3/24/2006 03:58:00 PM