Opinion: Native journalists should respect this professorI was rewarded with a lost art form this week: I got a real life, as I live and breathe, letter.
That’s right. It was a letter that came in an envelope with a U. S. Postal Service stamp on it.
In this day of e-mail, texting, twittering and tweeting, a genuine, hand-written letter is about as rare as 25 cents a gallon gasoline. Yes, I remember when $1 could buy four gallons of gas.
By: Tim Giago, Syndicated columnist