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A computer-generated unfolding sequence of sealed letter DB-1538. New research describes how "virtual unfolding" was used to read the contents of sealed letter packets from 17th century Europe without physically opening them. Unlocking History Research Group hide caption

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Reading A Letter That's Been Sealed For More Than 300 Years — Without Opening It

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Paper can make the abstract tangible in a way that digital devices don't. Alejandro Escamilla/Unsplash hide caption

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In A Digital Chapter, Paper Notebooks Are As Relevant As Ever

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The paper industry struggled in the past decade, but some sectors have fared better than others. Christopher Groskopf/NPR hide caption

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Don't Write Off Paper Just Yet

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