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Did Gutenberg make us stupid?
Posted by: Justina Spencer
When I was a much younger man in graduate school, my MBA classmates and I were prohibited from using calculators in finance classes. The reasoning was that we would not be able to calculate present value if our calculators broke down and we were forced to make calculations manually. By the time I received an advanced degree—several years later at another institution—calculators were as common as pencils and erasers used to be.
Source: Manila Bulletin (PH) | Published: March 4th, 2010

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