Article in newspaper about Shorthand Group in Maine

This is the article.  Hope it is all right to post the whole text. http://www.kjonline.com/news/Shorthand-Writers-of-Maine-pen-pal-group-keeps-dying-skill-alive.html?pagenum=full June 1 Shorthand Writers of Maine pen-pal group keeps dying skill alive ‘The novelty of shorthand will never wear off,’ says Sandy Carey, of Manchester By Amy Calder [email protected] Staff Writer Kay Grindall teaches the finer points of shorthand to…

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Videos of Your Writing!

Hi, all.  Although I try to practice everyday, I can only get in about 30-45 minutes; thus, my speed is still around 50 wpm.  It really encourages and motivates me when I watch videos of people taking dictation!  I think I’ve watched all that I can find on YouTube…  Would you guys be willing to…

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Psalm 91

Many people have found this Psalm to bring comfort, strength, and other types of help. This isn’t my best work–but it’s the best I could do tonight. I haven’t practiced enough lately, and I’m actually too exhausted to be writing good shorthand, but since I did it, I thought I’d share it. Perhaps someone here…

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The Twinkling of an Eye

This story by the American author and educator Brander Mathews was published in 1896 in his book Tales of Fantasy and Fact. It was written in pre-anniversary and serialized in the September 1928 to January 1929 issues of The Gregg Writer. The transcript can be found here (courtesy of Project Gutenberg). Attachment: the-twinkling-of-an-eye.pdf

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