Handwritten blog post

Hand written blog posts are the next step down (or up) in analogue blogging ladder. After my typewritten blog post, a handwritten one was only a matter of time. The scan of the two pages is the result.
Both this post and the typewritten blog post won’t score high on the accessible rating which is one of the many drawbacks of analogue blogging. As you can see from the text the circumstances of the two posts have a distinct similarity.

Handwritten blog post scan page 1

Handwritten blog post page 1

Page 2 – handwritten blog post scan

Handwritten blog post page 2



  1. Super! I should have thought of that when my newly acquired iPhone 3G began to remind me that I needed to recharge.
    But when ever I take a notebook (I have a slate, IBM X61 tablet for traveling and field work), my brain switch to working mode. No blogging. But the funny thing is, after about 1 year, finally it is beginning to understand my hand writing.
    But thank you for letting me know that there are worse hand writing out there! πŸ˜‰


  2. Whackster: It can’t be both πŸ˜‰ I’m leaning towards the “pointless” side πŸ˜€

    Dominic: Thank you πŸ˜€ Its actually not my usual scrawl – I’ve started to write in block letters & all caps to make myself legible. Particularly to myself.

    kalusudda: Happy to oblige πŸ™‚


  3. Cheers! Certainly a novel approach to the blog post! There’s nothing that peaks curiosity like carrying around a notebook- occupational hazard in my case πŸ™‚


  4. realskullzero: Thank you πŸ™‚

    Vindi: You should post one of your own! πŸ™‚ Can it or take a picture of the pages. Or would it be too personal πŸ˜‰


  5. […] Word ambush casualty report October 28, 2008 — cerno Rained words more fiercely than usual during the morning’s commute. Detail loaded sentences pounding away. In the middle of all this my PDA battery is low. And my pen is running out of ink half way through the second note book page. […]


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