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After many requests… Group Editing in TypeWright!

Numerous TypeWright users, many from the ranks of teachers and collaborating scholars, have asked us how to manage a group of people editing a single document in TypeWright.  Therefore, the team decided to produce a “How To.” Believe us, there are many, many other ways to do this!  We chose to publish this method to […]

In Honor of Those Individuals Finishing the Semester: Lectures from 1797

In Honor of Those Individuals Finishing the Semester: Lectures from 1797

Spring semesters around the world are drawing to a close, and the endings of academic quarters will soon follow.  Soon we will once again have time for frolicking — and for TypeWrighting!.                   To honor all students in their current fervor–and to keep their TypeWright skills from eroding […]

New TypeWright Help Pages in 18thConnect!

New TypeWright Help Pages in 18thConnect!

The TypeWright team has developed three new pages for 18thConnect, which will provide users with more information about our TypeWright tool.   First is a general information page with a brief history of TypeWright development, followed by a video that walks the user through the editing interface. A page of TypeWright FAQs follows this general information. Please […]

Spring is Come!  And with it a "Triumph of Wit" from 1712

Spring is Come! And with it a “Triumph of Wit” from 1712

I will not speak of the weather, in hopes that we may induce Spring to stay with us for a long visit.  In Honor of her latest triumph over the Polar Vortex, I present our new TypeWright Featured Text: “The Triumph of Wit,” a 1712 collection of poems by John Shirley on various miscellaneous topics. […]

New Featured TypeWright Text: 1703 Printing of a Dryden Play

New Featured TypeWright Text: 1703 Printing of a Dryden Play

The Indian Emperour, or the Conquest of Mexico by the Spaniards, being the sequel of The Indian Queen. John Dryden 1703 printing of a play. This is the oldest TypeWright enabled version included in 18thConnect, of a play first produced in 1665, and first printed in 1667.  The play went through various printings, and we […]

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Good News Proceeds from “Bugs”

Greetings and Salutations! Due to some changes in our infrastructure, we’ve had a few glitches here and there over the past week.  Thank you for the error emails!  We are working on the problem, and hope to have it fixed soon. The good news is that the server and infrastructure for the TypeWright application is […]