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Great Gutenberg’s Ghost November 5, 2011

Posted by The Typist in cryptical envelopment, lyric essay, New Orelans, New Orleans, NOLA, Odd Words, Toulouse Street, Writing.
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P.P.S Yes, I misspelled Gutenberg. I think the careful exercise of typewriting will ultimately do much to break me of lazy computer habits.

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1. Glenn Meche - November 5, 2011

Careful you don’t shoot your eye out with those loose keys.

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2. Mark Folse - November 5, 2011

I learned on an old Royal and I’m sure I’ll get the hang of it yet. I’m curious how the brain works when you have to think before you type or type it over, be your own spell checker, and chose just the right word the first time. It’s going to be an interesting discipline.

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3. Ray Ward - November 5, 2011

I like word processors, but I sometimes miss the feel and the smell of the old Underwood manual typewriter that I learned to type on.

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4. Marco - November 6, 2011

I like the font.

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