This morning, I made marinade for Carne Asada. I love the smell and taste combination; cilantro, lime, garlic, jalapeño, and (for this recipe) some soy sauce and apple cider vinegar. My hands still smell like cilantro and garlic. It’s wonderful.
One lever that simultaneously moved the carriage back to the furthest left position and moves on to the next line. It’s almost the equivalent of winding up a toy right before you let it move in the way that it was meant to move. One of the biggest draws to my selecting the three typewriters […]
I love how light and portable this is. Not necessarily shown in the video, I can get some good rhythm and speed on this. I’m learning that these machines, more so than computer keyboards, really depend on the typist knowing proper typing technique to work at full speed.
I picked up another typewriter. With two typewriters, I suppose I can now call myself a “collector”? As I’m learning more about typewriters, I became curious on what a Korean typewriter looked like (with Hangul characters), and how they worked. This, as you can imagine, led me down a few rabbit holes. I found this […]
I have had the Smith-Corona Clipper for a little over a week now. I have typed at least one page each day. As you can see, I’m still getting used to key placement and overall operation. It’s definitely a lot of fun to use. Look at those sausage fingers!