Saturday, February 4, 2012

February is off to a busy start

The type slugs did not clean quite as well as those on Hermes 3000.3

A preview of a future post.

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  1. Nice to see a photo of you. Good to have you in the typosphere, and you are in fact a writer -- you're writing, aren't you?

  2. @ Steve, Thank you. Your blog is now on my blog roll. Nice blog.

    @ Richard, Thank you, I'm a bit out of shape and my funny sox are showing. I was doing yard work and quit due to the wind, kicked off my boots and started cleaning typewriters. Now, back to yard work (never ceases in FL (unless one hires a landscape person))

  3. Wish I had taken Typewritting1 more seriously in the9yh grade back in 1958. I wouldn't be typing with my index fingers if I had.
    I write and maintain a spiritual blog which I have titled “AccordingtotheBook” and I’d like to invite you to follow it.

  4. Thanks for the typecast.
    That Underwood 4 has character and your type slugs photos are really nice.

  5. I'm not to the point of disassembly yet. Bravo for taking it on. I also self-identify similarly, saying that thanks to NaNoWriMo, I'm a novelist, but not a writer. I wonder why we do that. You especially, as it sounds like people pay you for words on a page. That would be my threshold, so by my measure you are a writer. Can't wait for your segment.

  6. Keep writing, Bill. Anybody who writes when they don't have to is a writer.