I NORMALLY DON'T WRITE notes to magazines or papers, only when something really bothers me [see Jon's Letter from the Editor, Sept/Oct 2006]. We have too many gadgets in our lives now that we cannot live without: pagers, cell phones, iPods, and Blackberries. Enough--some things need to stay pure. My subscription was up for renewal, and I almost didn't renew because of your letter. Please don't become one of those people who would give up the luxury of the written page. We owe it to the future to continue to promote the real thing.
WOULD I CHOOSE CONVENIENCE and instead sacrifice owning physical paper pages bound together? There's...