Editor’s Note: In the computer age, handwriting is a lost art

From Computerworld:

By Don Tennant
October 20, 2008

Last week, I had the good fortune of coming across a column written by Kip Layton Jr., a school administrator in the tiny, remote village of Eek, Alaska. It wasn’t fortunate simply by virtue of the entertainment I derive from being able to mention a place called Eek. Layton’s column provided a valuable insight into what our kids have missed out on by virtue of their ties to the Internet.

Read the full story at http://www.computerworld.com/action/article.do?command=viewArticleBasic&articleId=328135

The original column is also an interesting read at The Delta Discovery.

About Ian Aberle

Ian Aberle is the IT Communications Specialist and Trainer for the Office of Information Technology (OIT) at Southern Methodist University (SMU). He started at SMU in 1996 and for much of his career at the University had managed the SMU STAR Program before joining the Training & Communications Team in 2015. In his free time, Ian enjoys photography and road trips with his family. You can see examples of when the two collide at http://ianaberle.com.
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