Typing Quotes

Quotes tagged as "typing" (showing 1-11 of 11)
Jazz Feylynn
“One two, one two,
Type a word or two.
Arrow left, arrow right,
Keep those fingers nice and tight.
Keys up, Keys down,
Move those digits all around.
One two, one two,
Type a word or two.”
Jazz Feylynn

Maggie O'Farrell
“There on the landing sits the typewriter. It is clogged with dust, the ribbon dried and flimsy. Looking at it gives Felix a feeling close to vertigo. He realises he can replicate in his head the exact sound it used to make. The clac-clac-a-clac of the metal letters hitting the paper, the ribbon raising itself each time to make the impression. The machine-gun fire of it, when the work was going well. The stops and pauses when it wasn't, to allow for a sigh, a draw on a cigarette. The ding every time the carriage reached its limit. The whirr as the page was snatched out, then the rolling ratcheting as a new one was wound in.”
Maggie O'Farrell, The Hand That First Held Mine

“You need that pride in yourself, as well as a sense, when you are sitting on Page 297 of a book, that the book is going to be read, that somebody is going to care. You can't ever be sure about that, but you need the sense that it's important, that it's not typing; it's writing.”
Roger Kahn

Himmilicious
“The more our fingers are getting skilled on keypad the more we are losing the art of holding the pen.”
Himmilicious
tags: typing

Gwenda Bond
“The story unfolded quickly as I typed, in a way I was becoming familiar with. There was something about putting the truth on paper, bringing facts into the light of day where everyone could look at them, that made my fingers move faster -- it was becoming one of my favorite sensations on earth.”
Gwenda Bond, Double Down

Ana Claudia Antunes
“Rules for navigating the net,
Or people will roll their eye
Lest you can't roll the R rect:
Literally, don´t dink and dive!”
Ana Claudia Antunes, ACross Tic

“Here I am with my coffee
in hand and typing away to Glory

My nights are spent talking to the Moon
and making love to Poetry!”
Avijeet Das

Lailah Gifty Akita
“Save your work, you may never know when the light will go off.”
Lailah Gifty Akita, Think Great: Be Great!

“There is basic equipment required: a headset, a Dictaphone to play the tapes that must be transcribed, and patience, a willingness to become a human conduit as the words of others enter through her ears, course through her veins, and drip out unseen through fast-moving fingertips.”
Amy Rowland

Deyth Banger
“Typing is the future of talking and to don't forgot and brother of feature.”
Deyth Banger

Jeremy Robert Johnson
“Took to typing as quickly and loudly as possible and yelling, “I’m in!” when accessing basic programs. Made me feel like a hacker.”
Jeremy Robert Johnson, Skullcrack City