Martin A. Rice Jr., an associate professor of philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, does not like the "mushy" keys on computer keyboards. Here's how he sends email:
Mr. Rice explains all this over a rotary telephone from the 1970s. Later he bangs out a follow-up message on his 1938 Underwood Champion portable typewriter. Mr. Rice will often write a letter on his typewriter, scan it into his computer, and then send the image as an e-mail attachment. "Some people are tickled by it," he says. "Some people are absolutely annoyed."
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