4 Responses to Your Dream is a Continuity Error

  1. JoeV says:

    1) This is what I love about these kinds of typecasts, breaking out of the self-referential typewriter collector’s daily diary motif and using them for some rather thought-provoking, even deep, writing. Today, in fact, was a day for deeper introspection in the Typosphere, your blog post a prime example.

    2) I love the orientation of the paper’s printed lines to the type font, and the way the red margin line holds it all together. I might have to borrow that.

    • Thanks so much for your comments!
      And I actually had meant to change the paper guide to line up the start of each line with the red line. But once you start these typecasts . . . it’s hard to stop!

  2. Richard P says:

    I’m going to have to pay more attention during my next dream.

    Thanks for these intriguing thoughts.

  3. Sabine says:

    Sounds like a fun spontaneous ouitng. The Milwaukee Public Library has a great collection of typewriter literature, as I found out last May.Marked-up Catchers = neat idea for a collection!

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