Do you still refer a hard copy of English language dictionary while developing content for ISC??I check and re-check repeatedly the spelling mistakes, if any, during developing content for ISC or any other forum and I presume that all of our fellow ISCians also do the same. However, my point of raising this thread for discussion is to know if the system of referring to hard copies of voluminous language dictionaries is still in vogue or not.
I always loved the hard copies of dictionaries occupying a place of pride on the bookshelf in the reading room of almost all educated persons. Many had inherited their dictionaries from their previous generations. With the passage of time, such dictionaries become aged like people who continue to help and guide their students. Nowadays online dictionaries have almost totally replaced the hard copies of language dictionaries.
What are your views about the ubiquitous dictionaries?