Almost as if the digital revolution never happened, the newsroom of The Times once again resounds to the clatter of the old-fashioned typewriter.
To the surprise of many, type writers have become relevant again. As the world turns digital, there is a constant push back to appreciate what once was. A screen will just never replace the feelings and sounds of an original typewriter, a pen and paper, the weathered feel of a book or the smell of the brand new pages. Society’s affinity for the old will only grow as the world becomes increasingly digitized.