Procrastinating my writing by way of typecasting...
I think the same thing. I think that's whats great, even after you pass on your voice can still be heard. And probably with all the typewriters around the house they will certainly know they will find a stash of writings and jottings somewhere. I totally hear you, I get much more joy from a letter in the mail than I do an Email. There is something so impersonal about the computer isn't there?
I certainly enjoy getting a letter (and obviously typing one) more than an e-mail, but I am one of those types that have no problem thoroughly reading something online. I feel I am in the minority and can invest my time into some mediums that are impersonal.So, my experience shows that keeping in touch via e-mail, just doesn't work. People, even friends and family, are much more inclined to feel they are in touch because they are a Facebook friend and they read an updated and "like" it once a month.Its just a curious world we are living in right now!
Man, I have become very interested in letter writing. I write to people pretty often but usually get a response in the form of, "Hey, I got your letter. Thanks." I get responses every once in a while but it's just too inconvenient for some people and some others they just don't think letters are as cool as I do. I'll keep sending them, though. Any excuse to bust out the cursive writing or the Olympia Elite typeface is good enough for me.
snohomishwriter, let's exchange addresses and trade some letters. My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hey, that sounds cool. I only use my work e-mail these days. Think I can get away with posting my address here in the comments?
Possibly. I mean, there is not a large number of visitors here, mostly the typosphere regulars, so if you have no problem with anyone like that seeing it, you should be good.
Yeah, hopefully there's no Typewriter Killers out there. I recently found out that there is a ton of information in county public records that a person could find about another person. I guess there is no hiding from people.Anyway:Justin Lamb1612 Fourth StreetSnohomish, WA 98290