Hit a couple thrifts today – no typewriters, but it always pays to check the baggies of stuff hanging in the “Office” section of the “randomly bagged crap” part of Goodwill. You never know what will turn up, and I check the section out religiously for Selectric Elements, various useful unopened ribbons for all sorts […]
Month – April 2013
Whew! It’s been an exciting day for the Typewriter Database. A group of Typewriter Hunters including yours truly has been jockeying for the top spots in the Hunters list on the front page. I tried my best, resorting to uploading parts machines and updating some of my old listings with new links and pictures, but […]
…and Richard Polt added gallery examples to almost every one of these rare Spanish marques from his amazing collection. Just six of the 50 or so new typewriter galleries that have been added by Typewriter Hunters this week. Check’m out! As you can see, I’m now 7th in most recent activity, and I’m almost out […]
Note: The discussion between the two camps is just getting started, I’ll keep you up to date on what shakes out of the talks. (:
I don’t know a lick of French, but Tori has a little so she might be able to make sense of the dialogue. Direct from Amazon France via a long, tortured journey through the international mail system, “Populaire” in French with French subtitles and region encoding that will put my firmware hacked DVD player to […]
Done did a few changes over at the typewriterdatabase.com site, fixed some bugs and redone the front page to highlight the latest typewriter hunting activity. The hunters are getting used to the tools, and this week was quite frenzied with activity. Why don’t you mosey on over and take a look?
I was helping a friend clean old stuff out of her house today, and guess what I got to haul away for free?
As far as the blog is concerned, things are good. Steadily increasing pageviews, with a slump when I took medical leave and didn’t post much, but this past month was the best one ever, and this month is looking to top even that!