Very nice article, as are the accompanying photos. I'm looking forward to reading your book.
I enjoyed! :D
Great article. You chose some real beauties from your collection to illustrate the story.
Richard I thoroughly enjoyed the article. Thanks for sharing out the link. About item number 9 (Sensations): That is an important factor for me. I love the sound a typewriter makes as I am using it. The little bell at the end of the line is the coach that tells me "Good job Gordon! Another line down on paper. Keep going."
Great article Richard. The photos are super too. I can't wait for your book. You may start something in the Typosphere Blogosphere now. Remember what happened with Adwoa's 21 questions?
Extremely difficult to expand this list!
Sounds pretty convincing to me. :)
Excellent reasons very persuasively put. Very enjoyable read :)
All good points, and, as usual, good eye candy.
I don't mind Hipsters at all. But then again... typewriters will survive them.Don't get me wrong, but I feel typewriters are just more than an actual trend (or at least should be)
Great points made! Though regarding # 11, I would say typewriters served the businesses/institutions efficiently till the advent of the desktop computers and those rickety daisy-wheel printers. Of course, people planned ahead if they had a report to deliver and not procrastinating on it till the last day :)
is that the Purple Prose Producer I spy at the end there? I've always had a crush on that machine :)
I'm glad someone loves it as much as I do!