The "prone" position for proper typing that I learned in 1962 in Mrs. Johnson's typing class using a manual Underwood typwriter no longer applies in this modern world of computers
You were in that typing class too?
The Remington's kicked ass, Underwoods were scrap metal, imo.
posted on 10/12/2010 2:56:55 PM PDT
(Darn, lost my tagline... something about boarders, in-laws and bad language.)
It was those little round typewriter erasers with a little green brush on them, and, correcting 4-layer mistakes using carbon paper that I hated the most.
Later in business when someone invented the IBM self-correcting Selectric typewriters with the little round element(s), and then copy machines that life got better. And now computers, where you can cut and past, is heaven for writing.
posted on 10/12/2010 3:35:18 PM PDT
(You are only obligated to obama to the extent you accept his handouts.)
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