Writers of other shorthand systems?

I’m curious about all shorthand systems and have looked through lots. I’m wondering who here actively uses more than Gregg, and what they like about the other systems. I’ve tried to learn Pitman but found the forms start getting tortuously shaped and have a hard time alternating between light and heavy in quick succession. I…

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Gregg Shorthand Day on GOOGLE

valo21 wrote today at 9:52 AM Sorry for adding this message here, but I couldn’t find the option for posting in Multiply: “Due to Morse’s Anniversary, today, Google has written its label in Morse Code. Would it be possible (what you think?) for Gregg’s anniversary, submitted in shorthand?” sidhetaba responded today at 11:00 PM Valo…

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Court Reporting Course?

I seem to recall there’s a course for Gregg out there geared towards court reporting, but I don’t remember the title of the books or the author, just that it’s apparently hard to find. Any ideas? Thanks 🙂 (by Erik for everyone)

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Anyone looking for a vintage Sheaffer pen with a Gregg nib?

There’s a man selling a nice, old Sheaffer with a firm, fine Gregg nib, at the Fountain Pen Forum. http://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=103785&hl= Here are photos:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/sets/72157616885609850/ I like to write with extra-fine nibs, or I would buy it.  His pen has the engraved Gregg outline on the barrel of the pen. Looks like you’ll have to cut…

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Milestone!

A small one, but still a good one. I pushed a passage to 80 wpm! Rushed, but doable. Last month, I recorded several passages from the text, so I can take dictation “cold”. I start with “cold” at 50, then review the text for accuracy and write out the problem outline ten times, then 60,…

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Inconsistencies in Outlines!

I hope someone can explain to me why there are so many inconsistencies in the way like words are written. (I hope I am explaining my situation so it can be understood). For instance, take the work “picture,” P-K-T-R. Now take the word “pick,” which has the same beginning syllable as “picture,” but it is…

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