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Handwriting Repair

03/17/2009

Since we are on the subject of improving handwriting quality, Kate Gladstone is a handwriting repair expert. If doing it on your own seems overwhelming, Kate can help. I mean really. If you are going to spend your hard earned money on great fountain pens, gorgeous ink, and pricey paper, you might as well love the way your writing looks. You’re worth it aren’t you?

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4 comments

  1. And I thought I’d heard it all! Handwriting repair– who knew?

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  2. Ever tried to read a doctor’s handwriting? 😉

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  3. […] An Inkophile’s Blog added an interesting post today on Handwriting RepairHere’s a small readingSince we are on the subject of improving handwriting quality, Kate Gladstone is a handwriting repair expert. If doing it on your own seems overwhelming, Kate can help. I mean really. If you are going to spend your hard earned money on great fountain pens, gorgeous ink, and pricey paper, you might as well love the way your writing looks. You’re worth it aren’t you? […]

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  4. Inkophiles may enjoy my latest better-handwriting resource: an iPhone app called Better Letters which I created jointly with — of all people — a doctor: Harvey Castro, MD (emergency medicine physician, and founder of the Deep Pocket Series medical software firm)).

    Better Letters is a multi-featured handwriting course on the iPhone, designed to teach an accident-resistant style of rapid legible handwriting. Putting this course onto a cell phone mean that doctors can take it anywhere and practice their handwriting discreetly at any time.
    This app is attracting many users — not only doctors — and today it reached #132 in the iPhone App Store’s list of Top Medical Software. Additionally, it appears in the current (December 2009) GQ magazine: in a piece titled “Penmanship: It’s All in the Wrist” on cyber-resources to prevent and remediate dysfunctional handwriting (page 128, sidebar in lower right-hand corner).

    For more information, see the company’s informational page about the app —
    http://bit.ly/BetterLetters
    and vist the app’s App Store page at http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/better-letters/id335485938?mt=8

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