I'm a technical writer who has recently become enamored with manual typewriters and the general resurrection of pre-digital forms of communication online-- drawings, old film, typewritten or handwritten personal documents, tangible things that seem to be disappearing from everyday life.
I've poked around online and found a handful of encyclopedic pre-WWII typewriter collection links and a few nerdy grad students papercasting to make a semiotic statement, but generally speaking, not a lot of content for the average person who's just interested in seeing some of this old stuff make a comeback on the web.
Well, that's me. I am hoping that you'll consider joining the conversation as I dig up and discuss books and links about this topic, scan slides, typecasts, and notebook drawings, and hunt around for information about manual typewriters to share.
Well Ton and Nick, guess what.....
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