Jul 3, 2013
We are becoming different people now: Our brains are almost certainly being restructured by interacting with computers all day long. There's nothing wrong with that. But it would be a shame if that were all we knew — if one day we found ourselves cut off from our ancestors, unable to fully comprehend the thoughts they composed, having forgotten how they used to compose them.
— Andrew Coyne (via Curses for cursive's decline – Losing longhand breaks link to the past | Full Comment | National Post)