Searching for

I am searching for Godfrey Deweys books. I have been trying to find them through Abebooks and other book selling sites. Have also been searching through Worldcat. I have found them on some libraries. In some of them the books are in reference dept. which means that i am required to visit. Since I am…

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Some Books

http://openlibrary.org/search?q=shorthand&subject_facet=Lending+library here are some books on lending section of open library. DJS Functional Manual, Simplified dictionary and Expert shorthand studies simplified. Plus few others. (by sasa for group greggshorthand)

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French Gregg

I just found a sweet little volume, “Sténographie Gregg”,  1924, by Ernest W. Farmer M.D. (!), published by Gregg but printed in Norwood, Massachusetts.  It came with the “Clef de la Sténographie Gregg”, a single sheet of “errata”, and a form from Marywood College in Scranton, PA listing those who were absent on April 20,…

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Multiply News

As you may be aware, Multiply is changing its headquarters from the US to Indonesia and a new CEO took over the reins of the company earlier this month. The reason for this change stems from the fact that even though initially most people used the platform as a communication sharing vehicle, customers in Southeast…

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Student’s Manual of Shorthand Numerals

This self-published guide by Roscoe F. Hunt presents a system of writing numbers in Gregg Shorthand. I’m not aware of anyone using this system, but nevertheless, it is an interesting publication. This was retrieved from the electronic files of the Louis A. Leslie Collection of Shorthand Materials at Rider University. Attachment: Students_manual_of_shorthand_numerals_a_quick_way_of_writing_figures_in_Gregg_shorthand.pdf

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Court Reporting Documentary

Hey all!     I am filming a documentary about court reporting – www.CourtReportingMovie.com – and I’m looking for pen writers to interview – those who used to work in courtrooms.  Would you happen to know of any – or know how to get in touch with any?  Pen writers in courtrooms used to be the…

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-Ing dot connections

Hi everyone, I’m partway through the Anni manual (Unit 18) but had something on my mind. It was established earlier that in certain cases you can add stuff to an ing dot (like s for -ings or e for -ingly). Does this work for anything? For example, can you write “Huffington” with a tn disjoined…

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Practice Tip

This is a practice tip that I want to share with the group. Instead of using a shorthand or a reporter’s notebook, try the 4″ x 6″ Lined Super Sticky Post-It Notes. They come in different colors (I use canary yellow) as either a single pack, or in packs of 3 or more. The reason…

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Henry Sweet

I would like to ask this “hobby” question about his Current shorthand. Many a times I have been reading his book and trying to systematize his teaching (in my head only) since I am attracted to idea of reformed English alphabet. If there are people on this forum that have dropped an eye on his…

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