Post Modern: On the Lost Art of Writing and Sending a Letter

"We write letters in a different way than we compose emails and texts,” Garfield continues. “They tend to take longer to compose, they tend to be better composed, and they have a beginning, middle and an end. We tend to dash off correspondence in a digital way far faster and with probably less imagination and perhaps more exactitude. They’re great for business transactions, less so for emotional correspondence.”

Source: Kinfolk

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