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A phone isn't only a texting device.

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Handwriting allows for more self-expression. The awesome feeling of receiving personalized mail really can be replicated with a handwritten text. The usual texting acronyms and misspellings look absurd when texted with type, but they'd be especially ridiculous written by hand. Having a pen and paper is handy at all times. Sometimes you don't need to respond. So while the experiment began as an exercise to learn calligraphy, it doubled as a useful sort of digital detox that revealed my relationship with technology.

Here's what I learned: Receiving handwritten messages yext people feel special.

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Sketching emojis is too time consuming. To bridge the gap between time and the need for graphic imagery, I sent out selfies on special occasions when my facial expression spoke louder than words. Writing out responses is a great reminder to slow down and use your hands. I found I could give words a certain texxt to mimic the intonation of spoken language. A phone isn't only a texting device.

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It's clear to me that, these days, people prefer to be warned about an upcoming phone call before it comes in. Expressing myself via handwriting could also give the illusion of real-time presence. Expressing myself via handwriting could also give the illusion of real-time presence. The usual texting acronyms and misspellings look absurd when texted with type, but they'd be especially ridiculous written by hand.

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Sometimes you don't need to respond. I wasn't able to convey emoticons as neatly as the cleanliness of a typeface. I wasn't able to convey emoticons as neatly as the cleanliness of a typeface. My sent messages were more thoughtful. I was more in tune with my surroundings.

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Didm out responses is a great reminder to slow down and use your hands. The awesome feeling of receiving personalized mail really can be replicated with a handwritten text. People often ignore the rules of grammar and spelling just to maintain the pace of texting conversation. Handwriting allows for more self-expression. I send calligraphic messages to friends for special occasions—to extend a bit of myself when I cannot be there in person.

I still took photos, streamed music, and logged workouts since I felt okay with pressing buttons for selection purposes, but I tried to avoid social media to resist publishing via keyboard.

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Here's what I learned: Receiving handwritten messages made people feel special. Having a pen and paper is handy at all times. I was more careful with grammar and spelling. I was more careful with grammar and spelling. I wrkte calligraphic messages to friends for special occasions—to extend a bit of myself when I cannot be there in person.

I was more in tune with my surroundings. It's clear to me that, these days, people prefer to be warned about an upcoming phone call before it comes in.

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Some thought my project was interesting enough to tweet about: Some r a degree of anachronism that feels strangely appropriate—by including hashtags in their replies: Cristina Vanko Some even replicated "ye" Olde English vibes I was putting out there: Cristina Vanko Sometimes I didn't have my pen or paper handy: Cristina Vanko My friends asked some good questions: Some of them even texted back in their own handwriting: Cristina Vanko That week, the sense of urgency I normally felt about my phone virtually vanished.

Some thought my project was interesting srite to tweet about: Some responded—with a degree of anachronism that feels strangely appropriate—by including hashtags in their replies: Cristina Vanko Some even replicated "ye" Olde English vibes I was putting out there: Cristina Vanko Sometimes I didn't have my pen or paper handy: Cristina Vanko My friends asked some good questions: Some of them even texted back in their own handwriting: Cristina Vanko That week, the sense of urgency I normally felt about my phone virtually vanished.

But because a typical calligraphic text took minutes to craft, I had time to make sure I got things right. To bridge the gap between time and the need for graphic imagery, I sent out selfies on special occasions when my facial expression spoke louder than words.

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I still took photos, streamed music, and logged workouts since I felt okay with pressing buttons for selection purposes, but I tried to avoid social media to resist publishing via keyboard. I found I could give words a certain flourish to mimic the intonation of spoken language. After my experiment ended, I returned to keyboard texting like normal. So while the experiment began as an exercise to learn calligraphy, it doubled as a useful sort of digital detox that revealed my relationship with technology.

For me, the connection between the hand and mind allows written language to flow easier. Sketching emojis is too time consuming. My sent messages were more thoughtful.