[Sw-l] How do you write SW as fast as script writing for spoken languages?
Carlos Cristian Libras
carloscristianlibras at GMAIL.COM
Fri Mar 18 16:19:03 UTC 2022
I make daily use of SW in shorthand.
I took a part of Adam presentation from the link -
Another friend from Ethiopia also made some cursive hand shapes, which I
copied. Some forms I invented myself to facilitate my registration.
Last month I did a translation that I will record a video in ASL and before
recording I wrote everything with SW shorthand, and then I recorded it. So
I use it daily, and I know many others around the world use it too.
On Fri, Mar 18, 2022 at 10:30 AM Sutthikhun Phaengphongsai <
suttikunep at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone in SW List! Let me ask you something —
> - Is SW shorthand still in use nowadays? I remember SW used to have a
> handbook for writing shorthand as well, unfortunately I can't find a link
> to download it.
> - Do you usually apply SW shorthand in your writing? If not, how do
> you write as fast as script writing for spoken languages? Writing with SW,
> in my opinion, is a hybrid between sketching and writing, which makes it
> too slow to write if you want to take quick notes.
> Thank you ;)
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