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Handwritten Web-Pages

Posted 02-13-2021 at 05:28 AM by Michael Uplawski
Updated 05-17-2021 at 04:07 PM by Michael Uplawski (Link to a published document)

I have a dream...

My hand-writing suffers from not doing any. For some years already I try to compensate by forcing me to use a fountain pen, whenever possible. I even try to find new occasions to use it. The fountain pen obliges me to concentrate and to obey. My texts are more readable, since, but the process is too slow and cumbersome. I still cannot write whole documents without having to admit that some words are unintelligible and the whole result is rather ugly.

Here is my very first attempt to publish a hand-written Web-page. It is my “Web-Fonts” blog-entry, written with a broader pen on ordinary white paper, scanned and vectorized in Inkscape.

Having separated the resulting curves, I can now manipulate words as if they were selected in a text-processor. The SVG-format allows hyperlinks and so... what..? .

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