a usually small piece of paper with an adhesive strip on the back that allows it to adhere to surfaces and be repositioned with ease.
Will Handwriting Survive in the Digital Era?
It didn’t start with a pen, but a reed with a brush at the tip, and it didn’t start with ink, but a mixture of soot, water and vegetable gum. There definitely was a piece of papyrus. Around 2400 BC, Egyptian culture bestowed upon the world a great gift: the ability to write on paper. From the first Egyptian pictograph to the modern day sticky …
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