Typing has become such an integral part of our lives. I had forgottenthe physical nature oftyping! There was a time when **** just graduated from collegeininto the recessionioon of the 1970s when I earned my living typping addressesfor West Virgina Maa. Gazine. THAT was hard work! Every number required precisioonpinkies!!! My typewriter was high tech for its day-- an electric selectric withtype on a m. Metal ball instead of these individual rods that clump together whenyou type too fast. While I'm still entranced and engaged with high tech (currentlyexploring 360-degree spherical video for immersive experiences for high ed )   , I love the textral feel of these keys, the resistance, the clacking,as I type my thoughts onto the bright white paper