Congratulations to all the current and former administrative assistants in the group. Enjoy your day!
From the Third Edition of Gregg Shorthand Simplified: Before: After:
A quick note to say “thanks” to all the people who contribute to this blog, and who continue to be interested in and fascinated by Gregg Shorthand. Especially to Carlos, who keeps the ball rolling. Shorthand has disappeared from public consciousness, but I’m so glad there are still some people who see it’s value and…
I stumbled on this link at Utah State University for a graduate thesis called An Analysis of Shorthand Usage as Perceived by Selected Ogden, Utah Business Executives by Normadine D. Kennedy. There are even more shorthand studies in their archives here. Enjoy this historical snapshot of shorthand!
Next time you’ll schedule a meeting with someone, you may be interacting with Amy, the robot! A company called x.ai is developing an artificial intelligence application (that is, a robot), that will take care of your meetings. This Computer World article has the details. The company is even looking for beta testers. So let’s see,…
How do you turn pages in a shorthand notebook? Are you a “flipper” or a “clutcher”? Is there a right way? Which is faster? Read this article from the April 1951 issue of Today’s Secretary to find out! Attachment: turning-over-a-new-leaf.pdf
This selection written in Simplified appeared in the April 1951 issue of Today’s Secretary. Attachment: i-work-in-tin-pan-alley.pdf
This selection detailing some historical facts about April dates in American History appeared in the April 1949 issue of The Gregg Writer and was written in Anniversary. Attachment: april-lore.pdf
This short story written in Anniversary appeared in the April 1949 issue of The Gregg Writer. Attachment: the-history-lesson.pdf
From the April 1949 issue of The Gregg Writer. Click here for a full view.