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"How Much Information" shows that nondigital communication has dwindled to a small, tiny minority of our information exchange. "Printed documents of all kinds comprise only .03% of the total."
(thanks to Jim Downing!)
September 01, 2003 at 22:02 in History of information | Permalink
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