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Karen Kolasinski WRA 130 sec . 5 Professor Gardner October 29, 2008 Electronic communication is better than hard copy communication “The computer, the latest development in writing technology, promises, or threatens, to change literacy practices for better or worse, depending on your point of view” (Baron, D . pp. 113) . Some people are just stuck in the past and some people are just getting ready for the future . This is a huge argument when it comes to the way people communicate. Some believe think electronic communication is better than hard copy communication, and others think the opposite . For many reasons, electronic communication is better than hard copy communication . If you want to let someone know something important, it is much easier and faster to just send them an e-mail, then to mail them a letter . If you mail someone a letter they might not find out what you need to tell them till a couple days later and by then it might be too late or not matter as much or at all anymore . Electronic communication is also a lot better when it comes to the environment . With electronic communication you do not waste any paper; therefore, you are saving trees . Communication on computers is usually much easier to read then something someone just scribbled on a piece of paper . If you want to store all your documents, or messages, it is a lot easier to do this electronically because it saves a lot of space . It also makes it a lot
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2011 for the course WRA 130 taught by Professor Cheu during the Fall '07 term at Michigan State University.

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