1891 Typesetting Competition - Inland Printer
Started by Dave Hughes, September 11, 2023, 06:35:16 PM
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QuoteThe panel "Shift Happens Meets etaoin shrdlu: A Discussion about Keyboards, Typewriters, and the Linotype" at the Museum of Printing had almost a full house.The 1-hour session stretched to 90 minutes in a spirited discussion of the history and future of the keyboard and communication.Left to right:• Museum president and moderator Frank Romano.• Doug Wilson's documentary, "Linotype: The Film," covers the personal and professional impact of the Linotype on the world.• Jeff Jarvis is a professor at the City University of New York's Newmark Graduate School of Journalism and a host of the podcast This Week in Google. His most recent book is "The Gutenberg Parenthesis."• Marcin Wichary upcoming book is "Shift Happens," a two-volume textual and visual history of typing and keyboards. • Glenn Fleishman is the author of "London Kerning," "Six Centuries of Type and Printing," and an upcoming book on how comics were printed. He's the editor of Shift Happens.