Very nice post and nice typewriter !Could I kindly ask you to add a link to my typecast/typweriters blog too ? it is 9.ai (pretty simple to type :) ) obviously I did add you on my blog already !ThanksDavid
Haha, yeah, programming syntax is quite harsh. I've had my days chewed up by a stray comma, semi-colon and even a space...ugh!I think you touched on one of my reasons why I write and that is ego. Being able to say, yeah, I wrote THAT book or bragging to a close friend...its not the most glamorous reason, but sometimes the truth is anything but glamorous.Thanks for the response!
Very nice entry! I can relate to the misplaced comma and missing semicolon thing, but my thing always seems to be using "=" where "==" is supposed to go (assignment instead of comparison) and spending more time than I ought to trying to figure out why it always evaluates true. :PBTW, isn't the SC Skyriter just the perfect laptop typer? I love it to bits despite the fact that it smells funny and has a lousy carriage return lever.
Yeah, what you said. Loved this, Mike. I'll just say "Amen" to pretty much everything. Which, maybe, gets me out of writing a "Why I Write" of my own, which is good 'cause a) as I've been told, I write about this subject too much already, and b) it's been a nutsy week (I originally wrote busny, which may also be true) and my brain isn't working. Hence my last two blog pots being total cop-outs. Ungh.Oh, and I particularly like the artsy fisheye sorta shot of the Remington. Very creative.
"One of the great tragedies of adulthood is the infinite niddling consequences that fall out of your every act."I think I'll type this out and stick it up somewhere.
Nice presentation, sir. I don't have the sanity to make such a collage as you have. (At this point I haven't even responded to Deek's admonition yet, anyway. What a slacker I can be.)-Justin
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