Gregg shorthand penmanship pointers

Since I took up pre-anniversary Gregg shorthand a couple months ago, I have been using it in my daily life instead of longhand. At the moment, I have not done much dictation, since I have not put much emphasis on speed yet, only correctness of theory, but have tested my ability to take dictation, and…

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Legal Option for sharing (some) copyrighted books

I came across this a little while ago: https://blog.archive.org/2017/10/10/books-from-1923-to-1941-now-liberated/ This appears to be a *legal* option for sharing books that were published between 1923 and 1941, which opens up the possibility of legal digital access to, for instance, the anniversary edition functional method books, which were published in 1936 (and renewed in Oct 1963, dang…

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How do you write….?

I’ve been googling whether there was a “how do you write…?” thread, and there doesn’t seem to be one, so I decided to start one. Apologies if there already is one that didn’t appear on my searches. There have been a few words that I have been trying to work out what is the “proper”…

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Notehand Brief Form Flashcards on Quizlet

I created digital flashcards for Notehand’s brief forms on Quizlet.  It’s another portable way to review brief forms on your device or computer.  Sort of like “old meets new!”   Click here.   Be sure to try out their “space race” flashcard game.  I got up to level 27 with a score of  199,920 before they…

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Suggested Assignments for Anniversary Gregg

The following study plan that appeared in the September to December 1931 issues of The Gregg Writer suggests daily assignments for the regular Anniversary Gregg Manual. These assignments rely on the Anniversary edition of the Graded Readings and Gregg Speed Studies (Second Edition). The plan could be easily adapted to use with the Functional Method…

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