Thursday, 28 November 2013
Speed Typing and Writing a Diary in a Limited Time Frame
I have started to notice that if I am in a rush writing my diary, it starts to make less sense and I start to make many errors in my typing. So I am limited to typing at a moderate speed of about one word a minute. The great disadvantage to me is that I am unable on most occasions to write all my days events in the allocated time allotted to the writing of my daily diary, normally all of about twenty minutes. So in order to create a masterful bit of writing I am forced into a situation where I am typing faster than I can actually type. I also think of what I am going to write as I write it, after all this is a daily (OK almost daily) diary not a great work of writing in the mould of say Sherpa Tensing (no sorry I mean Shakespeare). Sorry its easy to get those two mixed up I think it’s their coats and their fondness for Shrew Pie and apple sauce which in turn led one to write stuff and the other to become a great explorer; all that Doctor Livingstone I presume stuff and flying single handed over the Atlantic in a balsawood raft (sorry hot air balloon) . . . . . No sorry the balloon is not made of balsawood
Anyway once I reach a certain typing speed nor anly does nmy tiepin fall apart but so does I train of thought anf then I not only cant read what I an tie pin but what I I am typing about does mad and I get amm distracted by stuff in the0 end fk jrir- all falls apart si T Thiss SPeeeED I may as welllll nor bother cos its all just ruibbbosh
I think I made my point . . . . . . .O yes its all OK for you lot sniggering and saying WHOSE Shakespeare, I thought he climbed a big mountain in
or was it . But typing fast can be important,
particularly when you need to type out 100 times. Venice
I must not electrocute the Physics teacher or glue a cat on his head even in the pursuit of science.
OOOOooooo right I was planning to tell you about the day, but I have run out of time . . . . . . .DAMN…….