2 thoughts on “The Beauty of Handwriting

  1. First thought: reminds me of “The Pillow Book” and the asian woman who wants to have her body used as a page, in English this time, by the anglo guy, but rejects his first attempt as scribbles and demands good calligraphy.

    Other thought: anyone else draw their “E” as a backwards 3 ? Palm Graffiti taught me that, it seems much more efficient, a nice little bumpy curve instead of LINE line line line

  2. Handwriting is much more personal than typing. When you send a handwritten note, it implies that you invested your time and effort into writing that note and it therefore carries more meaning. That said, one could write notes on a tablet and send the image. Not really the same eh?

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