Mittwoch, 5. September 2012

Typing on the Train.

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Miguel Ángel Chávez Silva hat gesagt…

It's fantastic how these old machines can make people come out of their shell and invite them to interact with the fortunate user of that now-mysterious machine. Congratulations!

Ken Coghlan hat gesagt…

That's so awesome. I, too, recently bought an Erika 5, and cannot wait for it to come in. I have never typed in public, but I can only imagine the looks on other people's faces. Long live the insurgency!

Bill M hat gesagt…

It is great that you get to type for others. Perhaps you will generate interest in typing for those riding with you.

I wish we had good public transport in the U.S.

Richard P hat gesagt…

What a nice experience! I love the photo.

michaeliany hat gesagt…

love the photo!

and incredible youve been able to pick each one of your machines in person and not have to risk shipping. you saved a lot of $ too!

Ton S. (I dream lo-tech) hat gesagt…

That's a real cool shot, Florian!

MEK hat gesagt…

I'm envious of your public transit system - Kansas City's leaves a lot to be desired!

I, too, love the photo!

maschinengeschrieben hat gesagt…

Thanks for all of your comments and the compliments on the photo. :)
Indeed, Switzerland's public transportation is a luxury - and totally awesome.

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