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Marcin Wichary
Designer · Typographer · Occasional speaker · Writing a book about the history of keyboards: · He/him
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Marcin Wichary 3h
Replying to @Foone
Ah!!! Do you remember the details!?
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Marcin Wichary 3h
Replying to @Norkhat
Thanks!!!
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Marcin Wichary 3h
Replying to @Norkhat
Yes, I read all about it! But haven’t been to Italy yet myself.
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Marcin Wichary 3h
Replying to @Renaldo_G
I did that!
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Marcin Wichary 3h
Replying to @SoundLeisure @simonw
Those are both great ideas!!! Thanks.
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Marcin Wichary 3h
Replying to @ammmm7782
Thanks for reading!
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Marcin Wichary 3h
Replying to @drgitlin @aurich
Team up for Kickstarter next year? I could do the writing. We could start with a nice poster proof of concept. :·)
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Marcin Wichary 11h
Replying to @craigmod
I have content idea:
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Marcin Wichary 11h
Replying to @mwichary
Book idea: Beautiful exploded 2.5D diagrams of pinball machines – one machine/spread for each 3–4 years between 1930s and 2000s – explaining the vocabulary, changing technology, new conventions, politics surrounding it. A lot of text around. *Not* just for pinball aficionados.
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Marcin Wichary 12h
Replying to @sohkamyung
I wish!!!
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Marcin Wichary 12h
Replying to @erinbiba
Gates has always been… interesting in that department.
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Marcin Wichary 12h
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Marcin Wichary 12h
Replying to @SheckyGreen
That’s one hell of a visual juxtaposition.
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Marcin Wichary 13h
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Marcin Wichary 14h
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Marcin Wichary 14h
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Marcin Wichary 15h
Replying to @mwichary
It was a “fun” thing to learn, weeks later, that the other person simply didn’t receive *some* of my texts.
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Marcin Wichary 15h
This was years ago, around iPhone 3GS, but when I manually entered proper curly apostrophes (by tapping and holding) in text messages sent to a regular non-iOS phone, the messages were simply never delivered, without any warning on either side.
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Marcin Wichary 16h
Replying to @HappyLilKenzie
I checked in twice using gestures and facial expressions. :·) It’s like putting something on a table without a coaster!
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Marcin Wichary 16h
/cc , if I remember correctly that’s you?
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