Do you agree with the following description of a paper journal? Have digital journals caught up?
“A journal is personal. I can play with margins, draw doodles, and make corrections in my own way. When I go back and look at my marks on the page, I can even follow the train of thought that led to the changes. The paper is mine, and I can skip pages or even fold them. Words pour from the heart to the brain through the hand and pen onto the paper. This is the process of writing. Palm pilots and computers are excellent for logical order, planning and things, but not the free flowing emotion that is the centerpiece of a journal.” (by Robert I., college student, about 8 years ago.)
What do you think?