From smoke signals to carrier pigeons and 6-pound cell phones that resemble a brick to the fall of MySpace, the way we communicate with each other has changed significantly over time thanks to technological advancements.
As technology and connectivity changes, we must change. If you want your communication to be relevant, it's imperative to keep up. With the evolution of the internet, communication is moving at a faster speed than ever. Peter Sokolowski, Merriam-Webster's Editor-At-Large, believes that more writing is being done by more people than ever before—which is cause for constant education and adaptation.