BBC NEWS | UK | Magazine | The slow death of handwriting – Source: news.bbc.co.uk
"For some, that is already the case. But writer Kitty Burns Florey says the art of handwriting is declining so fast that ordinary, joined-up script may become as hard to read as a medieval manuscript."
A century from now, our handwriting may only be legible to experts. I watch my grandson struggle to write in cursive, but type with ease on the computer. And I suspect this may come to be true. He is 13 and already loves the computer’s ability to spell check on the fly.
My grandson has not ever seen a typewriter either. How can this be?