Little Red Herrings: The Moving Finger ... Blinks and Having Blinked, Blinks On
Ida Jane Dacus Library
At the end of February, amid the snow and the false alarms for snow and ice, came the following headline: “Why Digital Natives Prefer Reading in Print — And Yes You Read that Right!” (http://wapo.st/1BcFIZo). No, it didn’t come from the pen of this column’s author (though it could have), nor did it come from any number of those whom some wish to brand as Luddites: Nicholas Carr, Mark Bauerlein, or Sven Birkerts. Rather it came from Maryland reporter Michael S. Rosenwald and The Washington Post. The piece is eye-catching if for no other reason than it isn’t from the usual suspects!
Digital Commons Citation
Herring, Mark Y., "Little Red Herrings: The Moving Finger ... Blinks and Having Blinked, Blinks On" (2015). Winthrop Faculty and Staff Publications. 24.