Nice report, Richard! I know, it's a pity more people didn't show up, despite all the initial enthusiasm on typosphere.net. Ah well. We had fun anyway, and I wonder if Peter will share his output with us - he must have used the most machines out of all of us, so that would be cool to see. Ah, that picture. Couldn't put my finger on it, but J just said I look like a bobblehead doll and now I can't unsee the resemblance. *Sigh*.
Anybody looks like a bobblehead when the camera shows only the head!Hmm, I would be flattered if someone created a real bobblehead doll based on me ...
A blue ribbon! I like it. Nice report!To me, it was interesting how different the various typewriters sounded, even over a less than perfect audio connection. For awhile there, you had that little Remington 333 out at the same time as Peter was typing on the Noiseless, and it made for a fascinating contrast.I missed writing about the Fraktur typeface Senta, and I should have mentioned it! Especially the little conversation that came up when I mentioned someone should make a computer typeface for it. Which would make it (correct me if I'm wrong!) a digital typeface of a typewriter typeface intended to look like handwritten calligraphy...very twisted.Adwoa, you have a great smile!
Nice to know how many typewriters he has. Or his wife thinks he has at least.I wish I had a functioning webcam and internet up in my room, cause I would have been there.
You could have joined without the camera as long as we could hear you. It was cool to see that Crandall, and all the cats too!