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Handmade words: The end of Blog Every Day in July

Today is July 31st, 2014, and I have (technically) completed a blog every day challenge.

(I technically didn’t post on the 19th, but I stayed up until the early hours of the 20th to post a quick blurb about staying up late, and then posted again on the 20th. 475 more words

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Nantes, France and San Francisco, California (PRWEB) July 31, 2014
MyScript, the acknowledged market leader in accurate, high-performance handwriting recognition and digital ink management technology, announces the launch of the MyScript Developer Program and self-service web site. 9 more words

Random Talks

Six Fun Facts About Handwriting and Writing

Handwriting and writing make very good partners in education as they share some of the same skills, as well as individually enhance those of the other.  506 more words

Children's Handwriting

You Tell Me What the Handwriting Says July 31 2014

Both indexers had trouble with this name in the first column. I can clearly see it can you? What is it?


The lost art of penmanship (writing prompt)

Today’s writing prompt begs the question of what do I miss in its traditional form?

At first, I wasn’t too excited about this prompt, and debated skipping today’s question. 222 more words

This is What the World's Cumulative Average Handwriting Looks Like

Every now and again I stumble upon an article, website, or graphic that is flat-out cool. Enter The Universal Typeface Experiment. Sponsored by BIC, this website attempts to answer a fascinating question: what would a universal typeface look like? 222 more words


International Handwriting

In the fifth grade I paid $1.95 for a best friend.

In a letter address to the International Youth Service, a company who specialized in connecting international pen pals, I sealed in a check, a survey about my interests, and the hope of meeting a new friend. 682 more words