THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING
Michael Gagnon is not allowed to write on his company’s whiteboard because his handwriting is so illegible.

In digital age, more t's are crossed poorly

By Mark Pothier
Globe Staff / May 6, 2007

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Michael Gagnon can trace his decline to the fourth grade, when he was introduced to a computer. (Full article: 1153 words)

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