24 September 2010

The Evolution of Gregg Shorthand

A brief, historical overview through the Anniversary series, by Dr. Gregg. From the Gregg Writer , June 1931. Attachment: Evolutiono...

21 September 2010

How the O.G.A. came to be?

This article explains the history of the Order of Gregg Artists (O.G.A.), and provides three passages for elegant penmanship practice: one f...

Are your notes accurate?

This article by Dr. Gregg provides practice drills in accurate penmanship. Attachment: are-your-notes-accurate

Man of Fantasy

This selection written in Anniversary about Walt Disney appeared in the March 1948 issue of the Gregg Writer. Attachment: man-of-fantasy...

A Playground in Death Valley

This article written in Pre-Anniversary appeared in the June 1929 issue of the Gregg Writer. Attachment: a-playground-in-death-valley

19 September 2010

Omniglot Tower of Babel

I put together a Tower of Babel account in Gregg Shorthand on omniglot.  Check it out:  http://www.omniglot.com/babel/gregg.htm Thought ...

16 September 2010

C.O.D. System 100 Years Old

If you ever wondered how C.O.D. got its start, read this small selection written in Anniversary that appeared on the September 1941 issue of...

John Robert Gregg and the Story of Gregg Shorthand: 1888-1963

This is a small booklet by Louis Leslie which summarizes the history of Gregg Shorthand until the appearance of the Diamond Jubilee Series. ...

A Legacy of Gems

This story appeared in the April 1968 issue of Today's Secretary, and it is written in DJS. Attachment: a-legacy-of-gems

Everyone Cries at Weddings

A small story written in Simplified that appeared on the September 1962 issue of Today's Secretary. Attachment: everyone-cries-at-w...

Tom Proves a Point

This is a good story, written in Anniversary, that appeared in the September 1941 issue of the Gregg Writer. Attachment: tom-proves-a-po...

List of Computer Terms

I'm creating shortcuts for computer terms. I'm using this list as a reference, which is pretty comprehensive. If you have a term th...

So a new quarter is a startin' and I need some thoughts

So as you may already know I am both an avid student of Gregg shorthand as well as machine stenography. Next quarter I begin my senior year ...

15 September 2010

After 58 years, Las Vegas court reporter sees no good reason to give up her pen

This is a more recent (2009) article on Stella Butterfield, perhaps the last pen court reporter in the Las Vegas area. If you don't rec...

14 September 2010

Looking for a specific Gregg document

I remember reading one about the importance of a steady writing rhythm versus a frantic and uneven style. The issue is just as relevant for ...

Shorthand Rediscovered

This article is from the Washington Times , Jan. 16, 2005. It was one of the catalysts that spurred me back into my old dream of learning sh...

13 September 2010

The Gripe Thread

I'm assuming that we all like writing Gregg, but once in a while we come up with something about the system, or about the book, or about...

12 September 2010

A japanese stenographer - Waseda System

A japanese stenographer - Waseda System A japanese stenographer - Waseda System: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLpJwDy3zxg (by Waldir for group greggshorthand)   ...

11 September 2010

THE IMPORTANCE OF TRANSLATION/TRANSCRIPTION IN THE STUDY OF SHORTHAND

Attachment: THE IMPORTANCE OF TRANSLATION TRANSLATION (by Waldir for group greggshorthand)

10 September 2010

This passage is cursed

Cursed, I tell you. Cursed. I've recorded it four times so far. I even went down to 40wpm for recording, since the quality survives sp...