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The LongPen is a remote signing device conceived of by writer Margaret Atwood in 2004 and debuted in 2006.[1] It allows a person to remotely write in ink anywhere in the world via tablet PC and the internet. [2] It also allows for an audio and video conversation between the endpoints, such as a fan and author, while a book is being signed.

Official adoption[edit]

The Government of Ontario has adopted a long-distance signing station with assistance from Atwood.[3]

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