Do Haeng Michael Kitchen

Writer. Attorney. Detroit City FC Til I Die.

Before I get into this assignment, I want to point out that Mr. Van Cleave has a YouTube channel in which he goes over all the submissions by presenting a slideshow of them (which allows you to read each one), then discusses each of them individually. The sixth Typing Assignment from Joe Van Cleave’s blog …

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Still hampered by the splint, I used my 1961 Smith Corona Coronet Automatic, an electric typewriter, again for Typing Assignment #5 at Joe Van Cleave’s blog. This assignment “is to work with that worst of all opening lines to a story, “It was a dark and stormy night.” This line has been panned for decades …

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Typing Assignment #4 from Joe Van Cleave’s Blog was difficult this week.  An acute fracture in a bone in my wrist, which occurred at a soccer game on Tuesday, has been making every form of typing a challenge.  Furthermore, the assignment itself required some thought and imagination.  The past seven days busy with work and …

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Today I completed Typing Assignment #3 for Joe Van Cleave’s blog.  These have been fun, both for content and to develop a habit for using the typewriter more often for writing, not just addressing envelopes. Typing Assignment #3 is “to write a one-pager about youthful hang-outs. Write about some place you liked to spend time …

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After posting Typing Assignment #1, I watched the video about Assignment #2, and realized that the deadline for it was today.  After watching the video and visiting Joe Van Cleave’s Blog page “Typing Assignment #2,” it was back to work. The assignment is to “write a one-page essay on what you find unique and/or valuable …

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A couple weeks ago, I received an email from David Wells, creator of the Vermont Vintage Typewriter website, with his latest article.  In it, he shared his submission to Joe Van Cleave’s “Typing Assignment.”  Last week, another email arrived, with David’s submission to the second assignment.  I kept the emails as new, wanting to refer …

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My original plan was to participate in NaNoWriMo this year.  However, my day-job threw me a new duty and responsibility.  So, I decided to do NaNoWriMo in September. I got off to a good start, and was productive through to the first-week milepost.  I made progress up to the halfway point.  And here’s where I’m …

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My original plan was to participate in NaNoWriMo this year.  However, my day-job threw me a new duty and responsibility.  So, I decided to do NaNoWriMo in September. I got off to a good start, and was productive through to the first-week milepost.  Today marks the halfway point.  And here’s where I’m at. Save Save …

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