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Are Pen And Paper Use Becoming Obsolete? [POLL]

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Research has shown that paper and pens are slowly becoming obsolete in today’s day and age. According to a survey, one in three people in England have not touched a pen for six months.

 

According to Tech2.in.com,

This research points out that the future generations are likely to rely completely on keyboards to communicate. So, this may possibly put an end to all those handwritten notes, reminders, noting on physical calendars and so on. Unlike earlier, many users don’t write down phone numbers anymore, either.

Deminski & Doyle want to know if this trend is the same for New Jersey. Let us know in the poll below.

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