Here’s a little irony: At a time when handwriting is being supplanted by technology, a growing little niche market has emerged for handwriting services.
(And that’s not just the plot of Her.)
It makes sense. The supply of the handwriting-capable is dwindling, so the demand for those who can still make neat cursive words is increasing.
The Chicago Tribune recently ran a piece about a new start-up called Handiemail that uses the digital marketplace to sell analog handwriting services.