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Dennis Baron’s “From Pencils to Pixels: The Stages of Literacy Technologies”
The computer, the latest development in writing technology, promises, or threatens, to change literacy practices for better or worse, depending on your point of view. For many of us, the computer revolution came long ago, and it has left its mark on the way we do things with words. We take word processing as a given. Computerspeak enters ordinary English at a rapid pace.
From Pencils to Pixels: The Stages of Literacy Technologies
In this article, Dennis Baron reviews the history of different forms of communication and how they eventually ended up transforming our world into a more technological society. He starts by explaining the process in which writing came about and the ideals that originally confronted it; he then concludes the article with the computer and ponders the many ideas about what may come as a result of the computer. This article was written in , so, I found it kind of interesting to see what someone back then thought the computer and the world wide web may develop into and how it will affect society as a whole. Overall, I found this article to be very interesting!! I have always been a person who really enjoyed history and I learned a lot of things about the pencil that—like Baron says—I often overlooked because of its simplicity.