My shorthand system :-) (Moved from General Discussion)

(by Carlos for everyone)

My shorthand system 🙂

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From: MSN NicknameKinnem7  (Original Message)Sent: 2/12/2008 7:01 PM

This is not the Pitman or Gregg shorthand.

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From: MSN NicknameKinnem7Sent: 2/12/2008 7:04 PM

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From: MSN Nickname짚Silver짠Lining짚Sent: 2/12/2008 7:25 PM

welllll, I don’t know what shorthand to compare it to for meanings.. BUT! I would Name that type of shorthand (If it’s original from you..)   Lifeline shorthand.
as it looks like those lines on the heart beat monitor in hospitals. (I’ve always nicknames them lifelines.)
I’m not sure how it’d hold up under distinction between each other over adding more words in that system, though.
I like universe the most. : )
-Silver

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From: MSN NicknameKinnem7Sent: 2/12/2008 7:40 PM

Syllable with a symbol.
Main features of this system is to use a dot-matrix.
So that it can in the limited space that more words.

And it will not cross the border from top to bottom.

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From: MSN Nickname짚Silver짠Lining짚Sent: 2/12/2008 8:24 PM

well how many words/phrases can you create using jagged lines, without repeating or mixing them up?
-S

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From: MSN NicknameKinnem7Sent: 2/12/2008 8:35 PM

On a line, we will be able said 2,187 kinds of syllables!
So that English should be no problem.
Other languages should be sufficient.

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From: MSN Nickname짚Silver짠Lining짚Sent: 2/12/2008 8:59 PM

That seems impressive. : )
good job & good luck with the use of it.
– 짚Silver짠Lining짚

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From: MSN NicknameKinnem7Sent: 2/12/2008 9:08 PM

Regardless of length, just a straight line, there are 27 kinds of changes can be done in the use of letters speed write.

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From: MSN NicknameKinnem7Sent: 2/12/2008 9:32 PM

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From: MSN NicknameIanJohnDawsonSent: 2/14/2008 1:35 PM
(This should probably be moved to Anything Goes?)

Would you elaborate more Kinnem7? I’m all ears 🙂

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From: MSN NicknamesidhetabaSent: 2/14/2008 2:22 PM

Yes, I’m all ears, too
sidhe
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  1. This is strange, but if you check out the example, none of the pen movements seem to repeat. There are 4 words with the N sound in it, but none of these seem to have a similar symbol to represent it. Are there 4 or more disctinct movements to represent N? Same goes for the other sounds.

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