4 thoughts on “Just typing for the fun of it…”

  1. I love coming to your posts to see what the touch of the keys and the sound of the typewriter have drawn from your head today. And I like the variety of backgrounds and approaches that typeospherian bloggers in general bring to their writing. Today i came away from your post with the concept of “communication or form”, and the idea of sitting down at my fave machine of the day and simply seeing what comes out, without fretting about strikeouts, mis-spellings, grammar, and all of the stuff I’m generally so anal about within my limited ability.

  2. Tony:
    I agree with you… and will quote you “I like the variety of backgrounds and approaches that typeospherian bloggers in general bring to their writing”. Thank you very much for your thoughts and comments. I appreciate it and I appreciate all that you bring to the typeosphere as well. IT is a great play to be and to experience the views and thoughts of so many… it is a fun place to me.

  3. Sometimes the flaws of a typewriter give it special character. Character adds to communication in adding sincerity to what the typewriter can do. Many typewriters are old and they keep on clacking and dinging out the words of the typist and when a machine may miss a space, stack a letter, or type only in one case they are still dependable. Communication still succeeds. Can’t say the same for moderen electronics that fail at the first hint of low battery or no electicity. Great looking Monarch Noiseless 8.

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