Shorthand
Shorthand is an abbreviated symbolic writing method that increases speed and brevity of writing as compared to a normal method of writing a language. The process of writing in shorthand is called sten...
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Voice writer
Voicewriting is a method used for court reporting, and it is also used by some medical transcriptionists. Using the voicewriting method, a court reporter speaks directly into a stenomask or voice sil...
Stenoscript
Stenoscript or Stenoscript ABC Shorthand is a shorthand system invented by Manuel C. Avancena (1923-1987) and first published in 1950. Encyclopedia Britannica, perhaps erroneously, claims the system w...
Personal Shorthand
Personal Shorthand, originally known as Briefhand in the 1950s, is a completely alphabetic shorthand.There are three basic categories of written shorthand. Best known are pure symbol (stenographic) s...
Charles E. Toberman
Charles Edward Toberman (February 23, 1880 – November 10, 1981) was a real estate developer who was known as "Mr. Hollywood" and the "Father of Hollywood" for his role in developing Hollywood an...
Albert Glotzer
Albert Glotzer (1908–1999), also known as Albert Gates was a professional stenographer and founder of the Trotskyist movement in the United States. He was best remembered as the court reporter for the...
William Isaac Blanchard
William Isaac Blanchard (died 1790) was an English stenographer.
Blanchard was the grandson of a French refugee, who resided in England. He became a professional shorthand writer, and practised hi...
EasyScript Speed Writing
EasyScript Speed Writing is a speedwriting method developed by Lenny Levin and introduced at a public seminar in Bedford, Massachusetts, USA, in 1990. EasyScript, like other speedwriting methods, has ...
Reformed Phonetic Short-Hand
Reformed Phonetic Short-Hand is an obscure form of shorthand described in a book titled Marsh's Manual of Reformed Phonetic Short-Hand: Being a Complete Guide to the Best System of Phonography and Ve...
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Dutton Speedwords
Dutton Speedwords, sometimes called rapmotz, is an international auxiliary language as well a shorthand writing system. It was invented by Reginald J. G. Dutton (1886–1970) in 1922. It was first publi...
Kamloops Wawa
The Kamloops Wawa ("Talk of Kamloops") was a newspaper published by Father Jean-Marie-Raphaël Le Jeune, superior of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Kamloops in British Columbia, Canada, beginning May 25...
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Stiefografie
Stiefografie, also called Stiefo or Rationelle Stenografie (Rational Shorthand), is a German shorthand system. It was invented by Helmut Stief (1906–1977), a German press and parliamentary stenographe...
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Deutsche Einheitskurzschrift
Deutsche Einheitskurzschrift (“DEK”, German Unified Shorthand) is a German stenography system.DEK is the official shorthand system in Germany and Austria today.It is used for word-for-word recordings ...
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List of shorthand systems
This is a list of shorthands, both modern and ancient. Currently, only one shorthand (Duployan) has been given an ISO code, in preparation for inclusion in the Unicode Standard, although the Tironian ...
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Merrill Shorthand
Merrill Shorthand is a shorthand system invented by Albert H. Merrill, published in 1942.The system is described in Merrill's book as "A shorthand system built on an original principle of connecting c...
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Tironian notes
Tironian notes (notae Tironianae) is a system of shorthand said to have been invented by Cicero's scribe Marcus Tullius Tiro. Tiro's system consisted of about 4,000 signs, somewhat extended in classic...
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Teeline Shorthand
Teeline is a shorthand system accepted by the National Council for the Training of Journalists, an organisation for training journalists in the United Kingdom. It was developed in 1968 by James Hill, ...
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Eclectic shorthand
Eclectic shorthand (sometimes called "Cross shorthand" or "Eclectic-Cross shorthand" after its founder, J. G. Cross) is an English shorthand system of the 19th century. Although it has fallen into di...
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Gabelsberger shorthand
Gabelsberger shorthand, named for its creator, is a form of shorthand previously common in Germany and Austria. Created circa 1817 by Franz Xaver Gabelsberger, it was first fully described in the 183...
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Wang-Krogdahl shorthand
Wang-Krogdahl is a form of shorthand.
Shorthand was only introduced in Norway when it became necessary to record the proceedings of the Norwegian parliament (Stortinget) in a more reliable and off...
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Speedwriting
Speedwriting is a shorthand writing system developed in 1924 by Emma Dearborn, an instructor at the University of Chicago. It uses alphabetic characters and was originally designed so that it could be...
Newrite
Newrite is a system of shorthand invented by the American Scientist Walter P. Kistler. Propagated now in India by Newrite Foundation India. This was initially introduced by The Stenographers' Guild, ...
Munson Shorthand
The Munson Shorthand system was a form of shorthand devised by James Eugene Munson, who was an official court stenographer in New York State. It is a slightly revised version of Pitman shorthand desig...
Tamil Shorthand
Tamil Shorthand is the shorthand format used in Tamil Language. This was invented by Srinivasa Rao & was adopted since 1894.Another contributor to Tamil shorthand was N. Subramania Iyer, the found...
Otto Miskolczy
Otto Miskolczy (Croatian: Oto Miškolci: 23 January 1909 – 1978) was Croatian entrepreneur and World War II Partisan.Miskolczy was born in Vinkovci on January 23, 1909 to a notabl...
Forkner shorthand
Forkner Shorthand is an alphabetic shorthand created by Hamden L. Forkner and first published in 1955. Its popularity grew through the 1980s as those who needed shorthand every day (such as secretarie...
Melin Shorthand
The Melin system of shorthand is the dominant shorthand system used in Sweden. It was created by Olof Werling Melin (1849-1940), an officer in the Swedish army. He was a teacher of the Gabelsberger sh...
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Current Shorthand
Current Shorthand was developed beginning in 1884 and published in 1892 by Dr. Henry Sweet. It shares some similarities with the Gregg system, with which Current is contemporary. It uses more ink than...
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