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Alex is super busy today, so you're stuck with my terrible handwriting. I'm so sorry.

But first! Yesterday's entry was Diablo 2, guessed correctly by @shutey! Well played.

Just in case you can't quite decipher what's on the right hand side of my drawing, it say '—NOT—.

Also I have obviously replaced the actual name of the game with 'GAME NAME'.

Good luck!


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    Alex is super busy today, so you're stuck with my terrible handwriting. I'm so sorry.

    Trust me, Tegan, I've seen worse.

    I know technology has progressed but I still feel that actual writing (especially where the letters are joined together) should be a mandatory skill.

    Then again, this is me. I still take notes while coding using a fountain pen mostly because I just like the charm of doing so.

      I still take notes while coding using a fountain pen mostly because I just like the charm of doing so.

      Ditto, tho I mostly use them cos of how smooth they are to write with. Well, and the colour variety... and the line variation you can get with a stub or a decent flex nib.

      Sadly, complimenting someone's handwriting these days seems to be equivalent to "Oh, I can actually read your scrawl!"

        I must confess. Even though there is plenty of task tracking software out there, I am yet to find one that is better than my own solution.

        Handwritten Post-It notes on the monitor.

        And I'm not being silly. I seem to remember better and get more done with them.

      I take almost all of my notes by hand with a fountain pen (Pilot Metropolitan). There is something deeply satisfying about it that helps me remember things much better than if I type them out.

      My wife used to have an impressive fountain pen collection until the dog ate her pencil case. It was carnage.

        that helps me remember things much better than if I type them out.

        Can't speak for others (and this is the last I'll say as I've accidentally hijacked a thread again), but I find the same thing too. If I type something, I'm more likely to forget than I would if I used a pen.

        Might have something to do with how my brain is wired - the keyboard is mostly just muscle memory and very easy to correct while the pen requires I pay more attention lest I waste ink and paper.

        I use a Sheiffer brand pen (cheap I know, but it does the job) and it pretty much went every where with me. When I left it on the desk when I gave classes back in the day it was guaranteed to draw the attention of students when used.

        Anyhow, this is the last I'll say as I've gone well beyond topic. Thanks for the chat everyone.

    Notepad simulator 2007

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