I read this article and thought it was interesting and thought I’d share it with the group. How To Write 225 Words Per Minute
Quick question: The word wings in Simplified… Would you use the left -s or the right -s to make it plural? I wrote it both ways and usually I can get a sense as to what “feels” correct but in this case I cannot. Thanks
While perusing through my collection of “digitized” shorthand materials I found that somewhere/somehow I acquired a copy of “Gregg Shorthand Simplified For Colleges Volume 2”. Is Volume 1 in electronic form? PM me if you know.
To My Shorthand Friends: It’s hard to believe it’s been 13 months now that I began my journey in the study of Gregg shorthand. After all of these months I have made my way to Assignment 33 in the Simplified system. I do feel a small sense of accomplishment in making it to this point….
Would it be proper phrasing in the Simplified system to phrase “now is” or is it more proper to write them as separate words?
Maybe this has been asked before. I don’t recall. I was wondering what everybody’s take is with regards to writing their shorthand on ruled or unruled paper? Just about every video on YouTube and elsewhere on the Internet it seems that everyone writes on unruled paper. Anyone care to chime in? Thanks! 🙂
I apologize I cannot remember the URL I copied this article from. I thought it was an interesting read. I am not saying that I’ve always wanted to be a spy or that the Lord High Admiralty of Secret Keepers would accept me even if I tried. But I do admirate espionage…at least when it…
I read this article on CNN.com today about handwriting and found it interesting. I’m posting a link in case anybody would like to read it. http://www.cnn.com/2013/07/26/tech/web/impact-technology-handwriting/index.html
Hi Everyone, I noticed today while reading Plate 236 in my Simplified manual the phrase “let us know”. I know that the brief form for let is L-E but I don’t ever recall learning L-E-S for “let us”. My first read-through of this plate I didn’t think anything of it because of the context of…
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