Shorthand in Wall Street Journal

Ms. Letha made the cover of the Wall Street Journal this morning. Congrats to her! I thought it was fun to see. I wonder how many people this may flush out with hidden skills in Shorthand. I was interested, for example, in the comments that there is an area in India known for retired shorthand folks (probably Pittman mostly).

Now if we could just bridge the gap for all those folks between classic shorthand skills and the latest social networking tools, we might see an interesting resurgence of the art.

Here's to another 15 minutes of fame for Gregg.

(by Derek for group greggshorthand)

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