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Some typewriters are Eagles others are Chickens... all are great

Some typewriters are Eagles others are Chickens… all are great

  2 Responses to “Eagles & Chickens… how I divide my typewriters”

  1. Interesting idea. I have never thought about splitting my collection along usability lines. Although I can usually touch-type on all of my machines.

  2. Scott:
    In high school we had to pick alternative classes if our first choice was full. I picked typing… never expecting to have to take the class. I was already a two-finger typist before I took the class. I find myself falling back on two-finger if my little fingers have trouble pressing the keys to make a good impression (not a issue on electric or computer keypads). Call it muscle memory.

    gee

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