Sunday, March 19, 2017
A decade ago I wrote about the death of ephemeral conversation. As computers were becoming ubiquitous, some unintended changes happened too: Before computers, what we said disappeared once we'd said it. Neither face-to-face conversations nor telephone conversations were routinely recorded. A permanent communication was something different and special; we called it correspondence.
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