Gregg Briefhand?

OK, I’ve heard of Greghand and Notehand… but Gregg Briefhand?  I found this page on the Rider University website. The book is from 1951 and has 231 pages.  It’s written by Louis A. Leslie & Charles E. Zoubek, but it’s published by Shorthand Associates. Has anyone seen this one before or does anyone know anything…

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Using Graphic Arts Software for Shorthand

I’m curious if anyone has tried to use any kind of graphic arts or drawing software for shorthand (like CorelDraw or Adobe Illustrator, or any of the freeware programs).   If so, what do you recommend?  What kind of results did you get?  Could you easily create the Gregg outlines using such software?  Did you use…

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An Online Gregg Anniversary Dictionary

Just yesterday I saw a post on the shorthand message board on ProBoards about an online Anni dictionary. I found this a rather impressive item, and recommended that the author put up a post here. But because he lives in China, he can’t access Google, and so can’t join this blog. I therefore offered to…

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The Principles of the Revolution

This excerpt from an address made by Josiah Quincy III, Congressman, Mayor of Boston, and President of Harvard University, on July 4, 1826, the 50th anniversary of the American independence, was transcribed by me in Centennial Gregg. Attachment: the-principles-of-the-revolution.pdf

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