Writing Challenge: Be Phony
Gary Rogers

It wouldn’t work for me, I can tell you that. The whole point of switching from a typewriter to a computer (I’m that old, yeah — my first typewriter was mechanical, I only upgraded to electric in my late teens) was that I didn’t have to think too much about how I was typing. Anything I got wrong I could fix. The lack of tension helps me get into the flow, tune into the story and feel move. I wouldn’t be able to do that if I had to worry about fixing autocorrect blunders all the time.

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