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Invented in 1865 by the reverend Rasmus Malling-Hansen, by nowadays standards super complicated and odd device, entitled “Hansen Writing Ball” was the world’s first commercially produced typewriter (put in production 1870).

Hansen Writing Ball invented in 1865 is the world’s first commercially produced typewriter. The-keyboard-of-the-writing-ball.

Being blind is a terrible disability. But knowing how to write and read braille you can communicate with blind people.

La primera #maquina de escribir con éxito comercial real fue inventada en 1868 por Christopher Sholes, Carlos Glidden y Samuel W. Soule. La patente fue vendida por 12.000$ a Densmore and Yost, que llegó a un acuerdo con E. #Remington and Sons para comercializar la que fue conocida como «Máquina de escribir Sholes and Glidden». Remington empezó la producción de su primera máquina de escribir el 1 de mayo de 1872 en Ilion (#NuevaYork). #typewriter

La primera #maquina de escribir con éxito comercial real fue inventada en 1868 por Christopher Sholes, Carlos Glidden y Samuel W. Soule. La patente fue vendida por 12.000$ a Densmore and Yost, que llegó a un acuerdo con E. #Remington and Sons para comercializar la que fue conocida como «Máquina de escribir Sholes and Glidden». Remington empezó la producción de su primera máquina de escribir el 1 de mayo de 1872 en Ilion (#NuevaYork). #typewriter

"A book.  I was looking at a book.  Not the one I had just been holding, but another, much older one, its ivory cover mottled with spots and stain and veining, like a human hand."

"A book. I was looking at a book. Not the one I had just been holding, but another, much older one, its ivory cover mottled with spots and stain and veining, like a human hand."

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Picture of Blooming Zoetrope Sculptures fibonacci series and golden angle deg). These sculptures animate when lit by a strobe.

Must try not to do too much typing and, yes, I do remember using one like this!  (Photo by Robert Messenger)

Close Your Eyes And Think Of England!

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