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  • Computers will never kill handwriting

    There is way to many bugs on computers these days if we don't use hand writing we can't exercise our fingers and if we don't exercise our fingers they won't become strong and we will not be able to pick up stuff because our fingers are to lazy very lazy

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  • Computers replacing handwriting

    Basically, if we rely / depend or spend too much time on computers, the amount of time we spend on handwriting would decrease. Electronic writing could replace handwriting someday. I have surveyed my classmate and 70% of them agreed that electronic writing could hinder the development of our handwriting or could even degrade the quality of people's handwriting

  • It does away with an unnecessary skill

    With keyboards on computers and portable devices, there is no need for handwriting. It isn't a bad thing at all, in fact I view it as a positive innovation. Typing is faster, more convenient and more legible than handwriting. Eventually, we will probably all have portable devices with keyboards suitable for heavy typing, doing away with handwriting completely.

  • Yes it will

    Yes, I do believe that if we continue on the track we are on, then computers will kill handwriting. We use typing for almost everything, and less and less students today are learning cursive. We are living in a very technological world that doesn't really require handwriting like it once did.

  • Dumber by the Day!

    Over half of America couldnt write in cursive if their lives depended on it. That is just the first step to our handwriting fading to a long lost memory! What are we going to do when computers crash and we have no way of communicating once again? Remember history always repeats itself.

  • Computers are already killing handwriting.

    While handwriting for quick notes and signatures will likely be around in perpetuity, the days of handwriting as the main form of written communication are over.

    Using a computer to type is much faster and more efficient than handwriting, and the skill is ubiquitous in the younger generations. Typed words are easier to read and can be sent anywhere in the world instantaneously.

    Many schools have taken the hint and stopped teaching cursive to young students, spending precious classroom time on math, reading, and more interesting arts than handwriting. The writing really is on the wall this time.

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  • Computers will never kill handwriting

    There is way to many bugs on computers these days if we don't use hand writing we can't exercise our fingers and if we don't exercise our fingers they won't become strong and we will not be able to pick up stuff because our fingers are to lazy very lazy

  • Computers will never kill handwriting

    There is way to many bugs on computers these days if we don't use hand writing we can't exercise our fingers and if we don't exercise our fingers they won't become strong and we will not be able to pick up stuff because our fingers are to lazy very lazy

  • Computers will never kill handwriting

    There is way to many bugs on computers these days if we don't use hand writing we can't exercise our fingers and if we don't exercise our fingers they won't become strong and we will not be able to pick up stuff because our fingers are to lazy very lazy

  • It still has advantages

    Hand I’d say that handwriting is faster, you can do it anywhere and anytime when you can’t use your technical devices for typing. I chose handwriting for putting down rough drafts, notes or lists. Handwriting is more creative process because you can add elements like arrows, circles and other signs indicating relation between items of your writing. And of course what I appreciate about handwriting is possibility to cross smth out and still see it there if you have changed your mind.

  • No, There Will Always be Bureaucracy


    Handwriting will always be an essential skill. People will need to fill in forms
    when they get their driver’s license, when they buy a new phone, when
    they deal with the human resources department on their first real job, when they
    do their taxes, and when they marry. Forms are a central feature of modern
    life, and as long as there are forms, there will have to be handwriting.


  • No the increased use of computers will not kill handwriting.

    No the increased use of computers and technology will on completely kill handwriting. We will always communicate using written communication. However computers and technology have lowered the standards we have for our student's writing skills. In fact in many school districts have replaced basic handwriting skill classes with classes in computer keyboarding. This is leading to the decline in writing skills among US students.

  • Handwriting Will Never Be Obsolete

    With the rise of computers in recent years, there has been a fear that handwriting will become obsolete. Why write it out if you can type it out quicker? Personally, I believe that there are many things that we include in our society that make handwriting a necessity. Signatures are required on most if not all official forms in the workplace. It will be a long, long time before we get to the point where we can replace all of these forms with digital copies.

    This also overlooks the importance of handwriting to many art forms. I firmly believe that handwriting will never die out. It may become less prevalent, but it will always have its niche to occupy.


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