When we think about the great storytelling of the pre-Internet era, writers point out that a common plot device was the absence of real-time communication.
The telegram, a hand-delivered letter and even the landline phone offered far less connectivity compared with smartphones, e-mail, social media and the many communications pathways broadband provides today.
In an interesting series of interviews published in The New York Times, several writers share their perspectives on the changing technological landscape and how it has affected their work.
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Via Chuck Sherwood, Senior Associate, TeleDimensions, Inc