...typing for peace, democracy, and the glory of the Typosphere
Great report on your business. Love the layout of this typecast, I should skip more lines, too. I believe the price is appropriate. Happy typing!
...but maybe not skip so many spaces! Thanks maschinengeschriben! The space between the lines helps people to read along them and to recognise word shapes more easily. A page crammed full with type is a nice sight, but sometimes the impression quality and the typeface itself can make it hard to read.
Excellent to hear that you are starting to get clients! Hopefully you enjoy much success as well as the life-enrichment of having those little 200-word windows into other people's lives. (:
Ted: I can't deny, it feels a little creepy. I have to do a mental erase once the letter is in the post.
Fascinating. Your typewriters are taking you on a unique adventure in commerce and more.
It sounds like your business is gaining in popularity and that you're receiving some publicity -- good for you!The process that you are experiencing with these intimate glimpses into people's lives is very interesting.
I am so glad that you're able to make headway with this project! It may sound like flagrant hyperbole, but the fact that people are paying to have stuff like this done gives me hope for humanity and their future relationship with the printed word.