"Consider the many virtues of paper," says Greenfield, "its cheapness and ubiquity, its 'user-editable’ nature, and paradoxical robustness." Paper doesn’t need to be recharged. Paper can’t lose a network signal. Paper doesn’t crash. It is easy to tear, easy to burn, and nearly impossible to repair, yet a folded up piece of paper can survive in your pocket for years. Paper is both resilient and fragile.
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