Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
Mind the sword, mind the people watch, mind the enemy...too many mind. No mind.
Or maybe he needs a Steampunk theme for his blog now. I liked it tho, could hear the "clack-clack" of the keys as I read it.
I was gonna have one of my kids do a cave drawing which I would then make a daguerrotype from...
Honestly Tam: I wouldn't put it past Marko to do just that...Funny: my captcha was "colds". Like I DIDN'T know?
Maybe he'll utilize the Sherlock Holmes Dancing Men cipher.
hey, I found that page using this search engine:http://fury.com/google-circa-1960.php
I remember when daisy wheels were the nads. I also remember re-inking typewriter ribbons to get another usage out of them. Oh God, I'm older than mud. Come to think of it, I still have the old Remington down in the gun room. The portable typewriter, not the rifle. Hey, comes the EMP burst, I may be the height of technology again. Gotta get me some more vacuum tubes.
I dumped the manual typewriter in the last move as it was getting to hard to find ribbons for it. I do agree with Marco that manual has a certain commitment to the words.
Heh, when tech-supporting over the phone I still catch myself telling the person, "now, hit the return key"and its 50/50 that I get a "huh??" out of the person
Bob, I'm still looking for that damned "Any" key...
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