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From 1876 until 2007, everyone used the telephone for talking. No longer. The cost of that change is dear: <strong>the human voice</strong>

From 1876 until 2007, everyone used the telephone for talking. No longer. The cost of that change is dear: the human
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From 1876 until 2007, everyone used the telephone for talking. No longer. The cost of that change is dear: the human voice

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