Novae

In this essay from her book Beyond the Solar System, Bertha Morris Parker discusses the astronomical event known as a nova (novae or novas in plural) and how they were discovered. I rewrote it in Centennial Gregg for the blog. Attachment: novae.pdf

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The Hidden Meaning of Some Gestures in Latin America

Do you know the meaning of some gestures that some native Spanish speakers use when communicating with others? In this article, transcribed in Anniversary Gregg for the blog by me, a press correspondent describes some of the most common ones. Attachment: the-hidden-meaning-of-some-gestures-in-latin-america.pdf Attachment: the-hidden-meaning-of-some-gestures-in-latin-america-transcript.pdf  

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Bible in Gregg Shorthand

Members of the Gregg Shorthand Blog: I, Shaleto, humbly greet you as you are my de facto senior colleagues in this blog. It is a joy, indeed, to become a part of such a special group, a community of writers and aspirants to writers, people who are curious, who want to listen and want to…

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A few confusing brief forms

I had some fun reviewing these brief forms from a prior post but a few have me confused. Probably this is because I learned Series 90 and this list is Anniversary edition. I include the image of the outlines that I cannot understand.   The original chart is here A Wordsign Chart

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New member

Greetings to all lovers of shorthand, I am reacquainting myself with Gregg shorthand after many years away. My education came at the tail end of the Series 90 era taught in high school. I thought shorthand was fascinating but I never became proficient at writing much over 40 WPM. I was the only boy in…

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The Daily Gregg is back

I just noticed today that The Daily Gregg is up and active again, and has been so since January. Last month there were a lot of posts there, and I’ve just begun to wade through the all. It’s good to have it back.

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