In his pithy answer to our author question of the day, IMPAC Dublin award winner Michael Thomas states digital issues are not a concern of his. After looking at this week's comments, I'm almost with him.
Thomas reads this Friday from Man Gone Down, which was called "A big, brave, heart-wrenching first novel" by Alice Greenway.
IOW: As a writer, what part of the Internet could you not live without. What part do wish would go away?
MICHAEL THOMAS: I e-mail sections of my current -- and I imagine future -- project(s) to my editor, Elisabeth Schmitz. The Internet is convenient, but I could live without it.