What a grand story. I spent my early working life with typewriters. In fact when I lived in London, England in 1960 I took one apart and removed the rust then put it back together. I could type 70 words a minute. Then I moved on to Underwoods, Remingtons and finally the IBM Selectric, before using computers. I like the way the typewriter repair man’s character is developed.
Little details. The world is filled with little details that we are unaware of, which, without our realization make a huge difference. We, students of MEP (Media studies, Economics and Political science) from Christ University understand this and made new media our “Medium” to reach out to the world.