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Hello Fountain Pen Network! As I mentioned in the title I am a journalist who is moving on to college in the fall. As a journalist, it is very important for me to be able to handwrite quickly, accurately and legibly. But unfortunately up to this point I have struggled with this endeavor because my handwriting is so terrible. I can usually read it, but for others it is typically borderline illegible. Below I have attached a sample of my writing so you can see just how bad it actually is. What's worse is that my handwriting is bad in both print and cursive. I'm pretty sure I'm applying to muc
Hey all you college kids like me who use the fountain to take notes/general writing. Decided to see how many of us are on the forum. I apologize if theres already a topic like this one, I couldn't find one! Anyway. Lets give each other a picture of where, how, and when we use our pens. I am an American Student but would be totally open to hearing about students studying in other countries and their experience. Heres some loose guidelines to start the discussion. 1. Age(if desired), The school you go to, Etc... 2.When did you start using pens? 3. How do you use them? 4. The pens in yo
I've been using (semi)hard cover journals for many months, size A5 in my bag and A6 for pocket carrying. I like the way they work and how good the paper is, but I think I like them as objects much more than as funtional note keepers. My Espresso coloured Leuchtturm medium journal with a blue and gold Conway Stewart pen in the loop is a thoroughly beautiful object to look at and to hold and feel. I do like writing in it and I do like leafing through previous entries. But for capturing a stream of thought or transferring ideas I find that it's completely out-classed by a keyboard. I know this