Appreciate The History of Communication

As the history of communications goes we started conveying messages on walls with hieroglyphics,  works of arts, and eventually moved to paper, and delivered by horses (maybe), soon after technology began to rise and messages were sent through wires back and forth between towns before the days of America being found.
Telephones, television, radio, audiobooks, blogs, and the internet were said to destroy books, and fresh news, but instead it has enhanced it.
For the first time I am trying an audiobook. It’s exciting. It encourages me to paint to this and to top it all off I am giving my eyes a break.
I’m having fun exploring the ways communication has changed. It helps you  appreciate how far we have come, and it is very exciting.

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