Vintage word processor: Wordless Wednesday October 19, 2022October 18, 2022 / SoyBend Vintage word processor circa 1877 Wordless Wednesday Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
11 thoughts on “Vintage word processor: Wordless Wednesday”
I still like to use pen and paper at times (lol!).
Me too! It uses a different part of your brain. 😁
Oh to hand-write with a decent pen is a joy, a humble old Bic being my weapon of choice, compared to the disappointment of low grade on and off biros and disconnectedness of writing with an Apple Pencil as I do now, it does save time, but it’s just staring at the digital device seems to obstruct my flow.
Yeah, I understand that. I used to write most of my work longhand but type everything now. I find my creativity increases when writing by hand in classes I sometimes take.
But where are the buttons?!
This was the pre-button version. 😉
Thanks for a post that made me giggle. 😁
Glad I could help start your day with a smile. 🙂
Too funny – my brother still prefers the fountain pen for his “official” writing needs, but guessing he is in the definitely minority on that – seems like Siri is the writing method of choice lately ha.
Yes, your brother is in the minority but I understand his preferring fountain pens – sometimes. I’m using a cartridge pen for Inktober but my old dip pen would have given better results. However, I like using the speech-to-text tool in Word. It’s so much faster!