Monday, April 28, 2014

April 27, 2014 - Cincinnati Type-In Recap

Photo courtesy of urbanspoon.com

Editor's note: That was Bryan and Heather Sherwood, the duo of "KyTyper" from Kentucky - whom co-sponsored this event.


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photo: Richard Polt




Loading up for the trip

Some of the aftermath - including a couple new typers from the trip

10 comments:

  1. It was a fantastic event, and it was great to meet all of you Brumfields!

    WordPlay Cincy is the name of the nonprofit kids' tutoring/writing center; The Urban Legend Institute is its commercial arm, the store that helps to pay the bills. This follows the 826 model, although WordPlay is not yet an official member.

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    1. Richard - thanks for everything. I will be shooting you a couple pix of my "whole" machines. :-)

      Great to meet you. As always, the whole event evaporated in an instant, and I was left wishing that I'd done more - done more to engage with the 'poets on demand' or talked with you some more, as well as the Sherwoods and some of others that popped in. It's easy to be brave and type in public when you're surrounded by like-minded people, but bless the typospherians who brave the public spaces solo or in small numbers, and push the boundaries of the Typewriter Insurgency without so much great support.
      'Twas fun. Shall be done again. Cannot wait! :-)

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  2. A great time was had by all! It was great to meet everyone!

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  3. Whoa! Looks like an awesome time has been had by all!

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    1. Wish you could have been there, Scott! ;-)

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  4. Hey Brummies, thanks for posting this write-up. The next best thing to being there.

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    1. This is Ian again, proxy posting through dad's account. Thank you for the reply! The type-in was pretty fun, and I hope that you can make it next time. :-)

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  5. Added your report to http://type-in.org (:

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  6. Amazing day! And quite a bunch of people joined. Lovely. :-)

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