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Handwriting vs. Typing
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Handwriting vs. Typing
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RE: Handwriting vs. Typing
Do pens have swype? Or emojis?
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RE: Handwriting vs. Typing
(20th September 2016, 23:58)SteelCurtain Wrote: Do pens have swype? Or emojis?

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RE: Handwriting vs. Typing
While I have horrid cursive, my printing is excellent. I had some drafting classes many years ago, and in that era, the prints needed to be attended with various notes and labels, and all needed to be legible. I put some effort into cleaning up my printing, and surprisingly enough, I've retained excellent printing skills.

Still, my cursive is illegible to all . . .




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RE: Handwriting vs. Typing
I like writing.
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RE: Handwriting vs. Typing
Nobody wants me to hand wrote anything, ever.

Nobody.

If you think you are an exception, you are wrong.

No exceptions. This is rule 34 of handwriting: Cthulhu writes nothing, ever. No exceptions.
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RE: Handwriting vs. Typing
I love typography with both computers and pen. Infographics like this are fun, too. What's great is that it's an infographic supporting hand-made typography even though it is computer-generated. My response is:

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I don't believe you. Get over it.
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RE: Handwriting vs. Typing
Left-handed people problems;

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I much prefer typing for this reason.

My handwriting is reasonably neat for a lefty, but I find my hand aches anyway after a long session of writing. Don't get that with typing.
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RE: Handwriting vs. Typing
Here's a sample of my handwriting. The script is mine, though it's pretty derivative of tengwar.

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RE: Handwriting vs. Typing
(21st September 2016, 00:38)Gemini Wrote: Here's a sample of my handwriting. The script is mine, though it's pretty derivative of tengwar.

You invented your own script, for secrecy? That's really cool tbh

I feel like I'd come up with a really wacky alien-y one if I tried haha
"Adulthood is like looking both ways before you cross the road, and then getting hit by an airplane"  - sarcasm_only

"Ironically like the nativist far-Right, which despises multiculturalism, but benefits from its ideas of difference to scapegoat the other and to promote its own white identity politics; these postmodernists, leftists, feminists and liberals also use multiculturalism, to side with the oppressor, by demanding respect and tolerance for oppression characterised as 'difference', no matter how intolerable."
- Maryam Namazie

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