A Plea for Separation from England

Common Sense was a pamphlet published by Thomas Paine early in 1776. It was so popular, that over 100,000 copies were sold within three months; few writings of the period had so wide an influence. Paine’s epigrams and apt illustrations stuck in people’s minds and proved him a master of the art of spreading ideas;…

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I Have A Dream

I’ve been meaning to transcribe something in Anniversary for the group (and to give Carlos something new to read, since he is usually the one doing the writing!), and this speech from 1963 seemed apropos to post given things going on in the world today.  It is the address by the Rev. Martin Luther King…

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En longeant les quais de la Seine

In this small selection from his book, Pierre Nozière, Anatole France describes the famous banks of the Seine River in the heart of Paris, here in Sténographie Gregg transcribed by me. Attachment: en-longeant-les-quais-de-la-seine-anniv.pdf Attachment: en-longeant-les-quais-de-la-seine-simpl.pdf

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Yellowstone Notes

This article by Charles Lee Swem appeared in print form in the December 1925 issue of The Gregg Writer. It is a small travel journal of various shorthand reporters that were attending the National Shorthand Reporter’s Association Convention in Omaha that year. I transcribed it in Anniversary Gregg for the blog. Attachment: yellowstone-notes.pdf

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Video of Shorthand writing?

Hello all!   I feel sort of weird asking this, but I’ve always felt that the one resource that would help the most, that I’ve never found, is a video of someone writing in shorthand. I’m studying Anniversary Gregg, and I was hoping that someone would humour me by providing one! I feel like a…

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Mon Blog et Moi

Here’s a small selection about blogging, transcribed by me for the blog in both Anniversary and Simplified Sténographie Gregg. Attachment: mon-blog-et-moi-anniv.pdf Attachment: mon-blog-et-moi-simpl.pdf

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Gregg Medical Shorthand Books – Which Series?

EDIT 2020-05-01: Found another Gregg medical steno book on Archive.org, added it and updated the count of Gregg medical shorthand books. Hello all, I’m trying to figure out which Gregg medical shorthand book to get. I poked around the blog archives, but I wasn’t able to find the exact answer to my question. So far…

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