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On Wednesday, November 1, 1995, Jon Pastor wrote:
>Arguing about which is better is arguing about tastes, nothing more,
>and that sort of argument inevitably produces much heat and little
>light, and more often polarizes further rather than reconciling.
I agree. It's a matter of perspective, isn't it? I can see similar
arguments taking place after moveable type made possible the production
of more books at lower cost. Were there people who lamented the move
away from handwritten and -painted books? The computer is just another
tool. What will the discussions be like four hundred years from now?
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