Location, location, location!

I’ve had this idea brewing for a while, so here goes:

As I said in a prior post, Bruce Ford (another member who I haven’t seen in this site since we moved) and I found out we live quite close together.  So we had dinner and have gotten together every so often since then

Anyone else in the northern NJ/NYC area who might care to join us?

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Kicking it up a notch:  Is there any interest in having an actual shorthand conference?  A weekend when interested parties could meet, greet, and exchange thoughts?

Or have I completely lost my mind?

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  1. Seriously, I prefer warm sunshine, not too hot, BUT wouldn't it be fitting to have it in NJ? Rider University houses the Louis Leslie Collection. Maybe they would welcome us–give us a meeting room, a tour or lunch or something? Have shorthand books, laptop, will travel. 🙂

    1. Some nice dry 70s weather sounds good. Here in Portland, Oregon, it's just more of the same cold wet rain we're so famous for. Makes staying inside working on shorthand justifiable, though–or at least, reasonable.

  2. A shorthand conference would be too wonderful to even dream about. If there were one, I would do my utmost to attend.

    But organizing a conference is a tedious and costly business. How many would attend? (How many of us are there anymore?) What types of presentations would there be, if any?

    Still, it would be worth it just to meet a few colleagues! 🙂

  3. Even though I am just a beginner, being able to be surrounded by so many knowledgeable shorthand people would be such a fun experience. If there is any possibility of being able to go to a conference I would need as much time as possible to save up enough money to travel. I live in Southwest Florida so I would have to fly. It definitely sounds like a fun event for sure!!! 🙂

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