Re: writin' on paper (wasRe: Has anyone made a real conlang?)
|From:||Christophe Grandsire <christophe.grandsire@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, May 1, 2003, 9:56|
En réponse à Elyse Grasso :
>I suspect that anyone who finds writing kinesthetically pleasant is
>right-handed. For me personally, if things couldn't progress firectly
>from brain to keyboard, nothing would get done.
OK, late reply. I guess I'm even more back in my mail than Sally :)) . But
I needed to reply because this concerns me quite a lot :)) .
Personally, I'm left-handed, and yet I find writing kinesthetically
extremely pleasant, much more than typing (which easily wears out my
hands). I can write for hours, and even if my hand is numb afterwards, it's
a nice numbness (just like feeling tired after two hours of heavy sports is
one of the most delightful things I've ever felt :)) ). And writing with a
fountain-pen, despite the difficulties of it due to my left-handedness, is
just delightful! :)) So I doubt that being left- or right-handed has
anything to do with how you feel about writing. It's all a matter of
personal preference :)) .
Just my two Eurocents :)) .
You need a straight mind to invent a twisted conlang.