22: Digital Pens, Smartpens, and Styluses

Digital pens, smartpens, and styluses seek to bridge the divide between analog and digital for people who still like to write by hand and are reluctant to give up paper or pens. In this episode we explore the best options and talk about which is best for fiction and non-fiction writers and journalists.

Duration: 22:12:00

Present: K. Tempest Bradford.

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