mostly digital

mostly digital

adjective A popular phrase for reading habits which are more electronic (digital), such as e-mail, chat rooms, news groups or websites, than books or other forms of printed material.
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With most people's lives an open book on the internet, and most money transactions racing to become mostly digital, what else is left?
For student and practicing designers, Steane and Yee describe the theory and practice of designing interactive products, mostly digital products at this stage.
This is why the whole process is mostly digital and going digital guarantees a level of transparency.
Since its inception in 2012, the Acer Academy has been an innovative program to assist educators adapt better solutions in communicating and interacting with their students who are mostly digital natives.
And in a time when communication is first mostly digital, Alfred says using OLX has not only made the search process easier; it has also expanded his network within the vintage car community.
I have read from mostly digital media about delegations from the government communications group meeting with their European counterparts and other parties of interest.
My two kids, now in their 20s, have mostly digital keepsakes.
Last spring, the school board adopted new mathematics resources, mostly digital, for high schools.
RBDC is mostly digital research-oriented, but the organization also leases a field for students to test new fungicides and fertilizers on one-acre test plots.
Amazon has reported more than $2bn in mostly digital advertising sales for the first quarter of this year.
With a hybrid closing option, virtually every mortgage loan closing can now be (at the very least) mostly digital. More consumers are beginning to understand this.
"Since knowledge economy is seen as "mostly digital" some people think that heavy industries are "not relevant" to the knowledge economy.