Shorthand, TV Interviews (Uruguay 2009)

Fellows: There’s a video in Youtube about TV shorthand interviews in Uruguay: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWINcYADTRk The video is in Spanish, but I have attached the transcription in Spanish and English. This is the background of these interviews:In 2009, Uruguayan Parliament opens applications for shorthand reporter position,and there were a big number of applicants due mainly to:1. The…

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Did not?

Hi everyone, Although I have been actively using Gregg in school for my notes, I admit to not having done formal practice in a few weeks. This has had a profound effect on my speed and penmanship, which are deteriorating quite rapidly. So a couple days ago I thought it would be a good time…

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Gregg Shorthand Tattoo

(by northfield for group greggshorthand) Hello,I became interested in Gregg Shorthand over a year ago and set out to teach myself. I enjoyed it, but soon went off to graduate school and have had to put self-study on hold for a few years. I’ve always wanted a tattoo of one of my favorite quotes by…

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Flag Day

June 14 marks the anniversary of the adoption of the “Stars and Stripes” as the flag of the United States. June 14 is also the birthday of the Army. Two years before the flag was adopted by the Second Continental Congress in 1777, Congress authorized enlistment of riflemen to serve the United Colonies, taking the…

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Signals

A short story by Douglas De Y. Silver of college and team loyalty, written in Pre-Anniversary and serialized in the March to June 1925 issues of The Gregg Writer. It originally appeared in the November 15, 1924 issue of Liberty Magazine. Attachment: signals.pdf

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Sheep Raising and Wool

A selection written in Pre-Anniversary from the June 1924 issue of The Gregg Writer. (It’s amusing that the author makes the assumption that people in the tropics do not need clothes!) Attachment: sheep-raising-and-wool.pdf

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