From taking notes to writing text
By Thomas Frank On November 6, 2013 · Leave a Comment · In Uncategorized
Geoffrey Nunberg writes in “Noted” (Chronicle Review, 01/07/13) about the modern history of taking notes in preparation for writing, and the implications of newer and faster search engines for gathering, sorting, and understanding information.
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