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You may be right about that, Abram. But as the phones (plus "Crackberries" and other devices)themselves change these developments continue to push writing and publishing in new directions. It's fascinating to watch (and participate in some limited way).

BTW, thanks for alerting us to the link, which has been fixed.

I seriously doubt the texting generation, with all their shortcuts, will have the attention span to read a texted novel. A comic strip, perhaps, but a novel? And if--I consider it only remotely possible--the texted novel does make it,I wonder what it will do to the novel itself, and to the use of language.

Interesting, though.

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