Woody Allen said he has written all of his scripts and The New Yorker pieces on a typewriter. That’s 60 years. And it worked for him just fine. In fact, typewriters are making sort of a comeback today. And arguably one of the most desired ones is the Keaton Music Typewriter. And for an interesting reason. First patented in 1936, it was designed and produced to hammer out musical notations, not letters or numbers.
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The original patent was for a 14-key typewriter, which was updated to 33 keys and greatly improved in