Few quotes in French Gregg

Hello! Due to the dearth of French Gregg ressources, I try to add few ones of my own. For the moment, it’s just a test for I never posted any picture. So, the first is from Nicholas Machiavel, the next three ones are from Swâmi Prajñânpad, a Indian wise man I like a lot and…

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New Member

Hi, everyone, My name is Maria and I recently started learning the Simplified method about a month ago.  I hope that shorthand will help me take better notes at school and the occasional work meeting.  I’m very happy to have discovered this blog and read the posts from so many interesting, passionate people and I…

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New Member

Hello I’ve been following the blogg for some time and am now a member. I am a business studies teacher, having taught shorthand to high school students and adults. My passion for shorthand has been fueled in recent times by the concept of shorthand shown to be an effective brain training tool, which can result in…

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From the Abyss

Hello fellow Stenographers. My name is Marco and I’ve been interested in the Gregg Simplified system since I took it in High School in 1985.  I think we were the last class to have the option to take the class as it was not offered the following semester. In 1990, when I started college, I…

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Vocabulary – Sténographie Gregg (Sénécal)

This list of words and phrases appearing in the second edition of Sténographie Gregg by R. J. Sénécal was prepared by one of our members, Aymeric de Poyen. This is a handy reference for those studying French Anniversary Gregg. Mille mercies, Aymeric ! Attachment: Index Sénécal.pdf

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Mr. Know-All

One of our blog members, Ms. Ryoko Popjoy, has penned in Anniversary Gregg this short story by British writer W. Somerset Maugham. Mr. Know-All first appeared in the September 1924 issue of Good Housekeeping. Thank you so much, Ryoko! Attachment: Mr-Know-All.pdf

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Gregg Shorthand Goes High Tech

I came across some of these while browsing on  Researchgate, then that led me down this other rabbit hole!  These studies are about shorthand recognition by computers, and writing Gregg Shorthand with computers.  And they’re all modern studies!  Who would’ve guessed people are actively working on this? Shorthand Handwriting Recognition for Pen-Centric Interfaces by Charles…

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Nine Words That Can Stop Juvenile Delinquency

In this essay that appeared in the December 15, 1957 issue of This Week magazine, the former senior judge of Brooklyn’s highest criminal court, Judge Samuel S. Leibowitz, attempts to answer to the riddle of the rocketing rate of juvenile delinquency in America during that time. I transcribed it for the blog in Anniversary Gregg….

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Variety in English

The English language is spoken by about 400 million people as a native tongue, and by approximately 700 million people as a foreign language. The phonology of English differs from one dialect to another, and differences in vocabulary between countries exist as well. This article explains some differences between British, American, Australian, and New Zealand…

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