Count me in. I've had enough of the information stream to last a lifetime.
I am with you.
I'm in. I've been watching a videocast of the ER&L (Electronic Resources & Libraries) conference in Austin. Lots of interesting stuff for me and my job. But when I get home I'm going to drink coffee from a Victor mug and type on a manual typewriter.
Sigh, I've got work and evening class today. I'll join you tomorrow.
Let us beat computers into typeshares.
Beat you to it. Scored a Monkey Wards Signature 440T at Goodwill this morning and spent some time waiting for a client while typing a couple pages poolside. Looks to be a Nagoya-made Brother, by the label. Handy little machine. (:
Off to work now. We have to have our phones off in the wards, so I'll be disconnected regardless. But.... I'm with you!
I'm in Lagos, Nigeria right now, temporarily typewriter-less, and a woman asked me tonight why I was writing in my notebook instead of using my smart phone. Bad line all the way around. And I can't be the only one who noticed 'inforg.' Resistance is not futile. It's necessary.Rob
Sounds like an exciting trip! Are we supposed to take notes on our smartphones? Use them as composition devices? I suppose people do. But have we really reached the point where, even in Africa, using pen and paper is considered bizarre?I will resist evolving into an inforg because the word is so ugly, among many other reasons.
Actually, phones are used for a lot of things in Africa. Like, paying. In stead of using money, in Africa they use prepaid minutes to buy a bread or something. Walking to a bank costs too much time.
I unknowingly just did. I finished a few pages of typing and now I may do some more.
"Beware of following a leading philosopher." - Brother Olivetti
Ha ha, sound advice.
Count me in too! It's my time spent unplugged that keeps me sane.
I'm in too, and I object to the "info" prefix. To count as information I feel it must first be true and second be useful. So much of the stream in which we drown is neither.
I spent time on a typewriter yesterday morning, much more time last evening and last night, and I've spent most of this morning working on a typewriter. All of it quality time. The cell of resistance extends Down Under.
Too Right!, we are gathering strenght by the week and soon we will be a positive force!