For your added enjoyment, this typecast has not been proofread, edited, or fact-checked. Typos and mistakes are Easter eggs. Enjoy!
Category: Hermes 3000
The typewriter, not the deity.
Bits of tid that make life interesting
What purpose did this paper serve?
Bran-O-Rost (or Branorost) paper is still available and Brangs + Heinrich is still around too — although its headquarters is now in Germany, not Switzerland.
Meet Director Pica, the Sam Kinison of typefaces!
Thanks to the Rt. Rev. Munk, you can view the NOMDA samples for Hermes and Smith-Corona.
And if you don’t remember Sam Kinison . . .
16mm anticipation starts to set in
‘Mission: Impossible’ office supplies
JetPens explains how Pilot FriXion pens work. These folks are a great resource for pens, paper, notebooks, and more. You should also give Rocketbook notebooks a try.
‘High Chaparral’ improves with age
“The High Chaparral” on YouTube.
Fan website devoted to the series.
Arizona rancher Pete Kitchen, who provided much of the inspiration for the show.
Note: An earlier version of this post appeared in a blog of mine several years ago.
My favorite country song
Note: An earlier version of this post was published on a blog of mine several years ago.
Warning about that keyboard
The rare gems of YouTube
James Stobie explains it all to you in one of his earliest videos.
Above, Stobe the Hobo appears in a visually stunning video by RanOutOnARail.
Secret Society of Internet Hobos — James Stobie Page