Print Journalism isn’t dead, it’s more alive now than ever before
I was reading an article by Mashable’s Editor in Chief Lance Ulanoff, about how social media has supposedly ruined the current youth’s ability to write. While I agree with Ulanoff’s stance that rather than dead, it’s simply evolved, that’s not the point. One of the best phrases, in my opinion, in the article was by one of the professors Ulanoff consulted for the piece, Ethna Dempsey Lay, a Hofstra University Professor of Writing Studies and Composition. She posed the question, “Isn’t it curious that phones, which were designed for sound, are now used for text?”
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