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Sunday, September 28, 2008

Subtitles and text messages

I hadn't thought of this idea before--and I believe 70 percent of it, the part about new forms of reading which feel less arduous because they're so normal now--so thanks, Kristin Scott Thomas:
“People will now go to films with subtitles, you know,” she added. “They’re not afraid of them. It’s one of the upsides of text-messaging and e-mail.” She smiled. “Maybe the only good thing to come of it.”

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