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Digital Generations: Unplugging for Art's Sake

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Digital Generations: Unplugging for Art's Sake

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Digital Generations: Unplugging for Art's Sake

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Our weeklong series on America's embrace of digital technology continues with a profile of potter and painter David Henley, who says computers make creativity too easy. Many Americans have caught up to the "Digital Generation" by using computers on the job or by taking classes — but Henley is among some holdouts who prefer to keep most technology at arms' length.

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