The advance of technology is more and more progressing. We use less paper and pen to communicate; these tools have been replaced by new technologies such as SMS or email. We can ask ourselves if in twenty years we will write letters. We'll see in the first part the advanced techniques which make put off the handwritten methods, and then in a second part we will see that the traditions can continue.
In the twentieth century, the technology did not stop making progress. The increase of smartphones is one of factors which caused the decline of any forms of written letters. The correspondence gets lost. People write less, are telephoned, send e-mails, see each other, speak to each other on the social networks, but don't write letters any more or then not spontaneously.
[...] We can imagine that in twenty years, handwritten correspondence will decrease even more than today and there will be more technological means to communicate. The record for sending SMS, during New Year, for example, proves how easy it is now to just wish one simple thing; cards are no longer used as before. The speed of transmission may be a factor in our preference to want to communicate more by technology than by letters. Moreover it is easier to store mail on computers than keep the letters and preservation over time is also easier on computer media. [...]
[...] We have at our disposal so many ways of modern communication that we don't think of taking a pen, a sheet of paper to write a letter. Some people prefer to hold a sheet of paper between the hands, in the same way they prefer to have a book in the hands rather than reading on a computer screen. We have seen that technology has advanced greatly reduced the use of simple and primary handwritten letters. Humans have been writing for a long time but technology has been taking over and erasing all human means he knew before but some traditions still require writing letters. [...]
[...] “In twenty years' time, nobody will write letters” With each passing day, technology advances at a substantial pace. Nowadays, we resort to paper and pen less to communicate; these tools have been replaced by new technologies such as SMS or email. Thus, it is only natural that we wonder whether if in twenty years we will write letters. We'll see in the first part the advanced techniques which will make obsolete the handwritten methods, and then in the second part we will see that the writing tradition can continue. [...]
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