N. Nayab gives us the run-down in How Communication Has Changed Amidst New Technologies. As mentioned earlier with the telegraph, there were quite a few ways that have come and gone when it comes to people interacting with one another. Nayab mentions the pictograph from ancient times. Which was followed by written language, which “were on stone and remained immobile” (Nayab 1). The 15th century was the age of paper, papyrus, and wax and the time when “documents” became mobile because of the invention of the printing press.