Would you believe me if I told you Silicon Valley techies love paper? Look around any design office or tech conference and you will see people everywhere scribbling and doodling in Moleskin paper notebooks. In spite of all the digital productivity and drawing programs and gadgets, the immediacy of pen to paper is still very satisfying to the creative process. In the his new book The Revenge of Analog, Toronto-based writer David Sax, travels the globe to discover why paper, film, board games and vinyl are not only surviving in the digital age, but thriving.

Tech Bites #83 Revenge of Analog