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I like both and how I use both everyday, you can have a preference or choose both ^^
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Me too, for a while I was only typing because I'm experienced with the internet, but now I use both. I also keep private and personal things offline which is very wise. Writing and drawing by hand can feel more natural and intimate ^^. Aww that sounds funny lol, I was doing typing test for fun and I would let my friends try itI like both for different reasons. I always preferred typing, because I can keep up with my thoughts more, and it's easier to organize and complete everything. But, typing a lot on the computer makes me feel really sick and get insomnia now. So I tend to write a lot by hand (when writing for myself).
How did I learn to type well with bad coordination? In my high school typing class I sat next to a guy and we would trade insults about each other's moms while trying to get perfect typing scores. It was an amazing technique.
I also keep private and personal things offline which is very wise.
Aww that sounds funny lol, I was doing typing test for fun and I would let my friends try it
Either a pen & paper or a manual typewriter. I keep both on my desk still because they are faster & there is no eyestrain.
Aww that's okay ^^ <3I like handwriting, but I was writing something the other day and I'm appalled by how rusty my handwriting skills are. I have written less by hand and it sure gets rusty fast. Getting tired in the hand and not writing as nice and tidy as I used to. People used to compliment my writing. I guess it has to be trained back to normal. Darn keyboards.
Aww that's cool, I was kinda going for an old fashioned style with the 2nd image I used lol. Hm.. that does seem harder.I used to have a 1970s typewriter that I used a lot, typewriters are nice. It just takes a little more focus when it doesn't have a "fix error" button and you have to start over when you make an error.
Yes ^^Either a pen & paper or a manual typewriter. I keep both on my desk still because they are faster & there is no eyestrain.
I really love your handwriting :0 Mine is really neat like that too. It used to be unreadable and too small when I was a kid/early teen. I love the creative way you posted this : )
Ah, I remember the days when accuracy was proven when the bottle of whiteout got gummy before it was used up, like a stubby pencil with a perfect eraser.I used to have a 1970s typewriter that I used a lot, typewriters are nice. It just takes a little more focus when it doesn't have a "fix error" button and you have to start over when you make an error.
Interesting... : o : oHandwriting is for shopping lists, windshield notes and bloodless self flagellation. The keyboard was man’s first bionic device, while the trackball was divine intervention into the affairs of men.
Aww it's okay. You're making a good decision for yourself ^^I physically can’t hand write for medical reasons, and when I try it looks awful.
I type everything. When I was in school I had permission to use a computer because writing by hand causes me pain and anxiety.
Drawing isn’t as stressful but even then I prefer to use a tablet.