For a few moments on Saturday, the Typosphere witnessed the very first trans-oceanic type-in. Adwoa and yrs truly attended via a Google+ "hangout" (videoconference) and some of the actual attendees wrote up their experiences as well
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UPDATE: innocent bystander Madelyn got drawn in by the sight and sound of a table-full of typists, and wrote up a little something on her blog, including a brief cell-phone video clip of the typing action in full swing.
Saturday, July 30, 2011
July 30 Seattle Type-In: Recap
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I fully endorse the whole "second Saturday of the month" idea. And I know just when to hold it: the second Saturday of the month!
I just added you on Google+. Maybe sometime I can do the chat thing -- do you all ever do just typed chats rather than video? I live in The Woods with slow satellite internits.
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