The Iron Whim–“a fragmented history of typewriting”

Digging into this set of essays by Darren Wershler Henry.  Don’t agree with all of it; but filled with beautifully terse reasoning, and great quotes from writers and designers old, recent and new. One of the best: a line from David Sedaris about how a day of failed writing is better in typerspace than cyberspace, since he at least “took a few trees down with me.” !

 

Is a book jacket more entertaining in video? Let’s find out.

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  1. Well, at least the video loaded quickly. 😉

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