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September 12, 2006

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The things you've mentioned are changing our world forever. Younger people don't use wristwatches for the most part. So those will go the way of typewriters. Watches will still be available but there won't be many takers.

Long live the luddites! I love the sound of typewriters... And even enjoy the sound of a loud keyboard.

I must admit, I quit wearing a watch when I got a cell phone... not that long ago. The kids found a typewriter in the attic just the other day. They had no clue what it was. It was a Casio, with a line printer, but they consider it an antique. Wait til I drag down the 8-track player!

So interesting. I remember not having internet and email in university. How much easier it must be for kids now.

Thanks for adding me to your blogroll .. I am off to do the same

I loved this. My husband's boss (84 years old) still uses a typewriter. Love to pop by the office to give him a kiss and listen for that sound.. reminds me of my childhood where we were poor and had no computers. I loved the staccato of the machine..oddly comforting..reminds me of my mother taking me to work with her.

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