From clay tablets to scrolls to books...back to tablets, the technology of how the written word is recorded has changed throughout history. Alex Wright, director of user experience at the New York Times, describes how changes in writing and printing technology over time have served as disruptive forces in shaping modern civilization.
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Original Program Date: June 2, 2012
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