You havent read my ultra weird really good story, I can't reveal anymore details about it. This thread is about how I or another person can find an easy way to type and edit a full story without needing to buy a seperate computer and maby without a seperate printer, and with some humor along the way as my own posts made me laugh alot. But like i said im serious about this. I'll probably type, edit, save to drafts using my ps3, then i'll either print each screen using my ps3 and a printer, or use typewriter. THEN ONCE I have the finished work on paper, I want that COPYRIGHTED in person with proof of copyright. Then once copyrighted its safe to either mail it around because its protected or submit it online to get it published.shaking my head at hoops youre going through,expecting others to.Little chance an agent (you need one if submitting manuscript to publishing), publisher,editor,proofreader are going to pass a paper manuscript around.Even less chance if youre unknown author
NO, its MY story not theirs. Theyre not allowed to change not even 1 dot on my paper. I want my work copyrighted first in paper form then im safe to submit it electronically on line by ps3 saved draft files(in many parts, like 80? [1/2 paper page will fill 1 draft file?, 40 pages total]) using my ps3 because it will be protected under copyright at that point or i'll mail the 40 page book to publishers that are not allowed to change it.
I'm just shaking my head at the amount of hoops you are going through and expecting others to go through.
Had to go through different hoops to make a final edit to that post by quoting it because the 720 minute time limit has expired. Another modern techneek we could do without where i had to go through a different hoop, ha. ok bye all for now...fun thread. ya think?Year 2030- "Im hungry time to order a pizza. Oh i need a smart phone to order a pizza. Can't even eat without a computer. I HAVE TO GO THROUGH DIFFERENT HOOPS JUST TO EAT. This is the modern age and I can't even use a normal phone??? Can't even use a ps9 without a smartphone and forget about playing ps1-8 games on a ps9. If it was truly a modern age, everything should be compatible with everything, no more bs. Should even be able to use a year 1910 phone to order a pizza if this was truly the modern age. Get it? But its the opposite. Its the "upgrade at constant rate or be obsolete" age."
"heeeheeehahaaha". That is funny but being able to use an 1850 telegraph in 2017 where the receiver end would hear a digital voice reproduction of sender's exact pizza order would only prove we would be 1000 times more advanced than previously where only a smart phone can be used to receive that special offer online. To have a computer scan and recognise an 1850 telegraph, 1920 phone or a 1970 non-electronic typewriter and make them usable and compatible to get online or print on paper would only prove to be genius. We are simply not advanced enough to make such old technology compatible with current.Year 1970 -"Im hungry time to order a pizza.Oh i need phone to order pizza.Cant even eat without phone.I HAVE TO GO THROUGH DIFFERENT HOOPS JUST TO EAT.This is the modern age and I cant even use normal telegraph?Should even be able to use year 1850 telegraph to order pizza if this was truly the modern age.Get it?But its opposite.Its the "upgrade at constant rate or be obsolete" age
I have an old Morse sounder¹ that I salvaged from an old CN Telecommunications office that was about to be demolished in the late '70s. Perhaps I could convert it to IPv6 and hook it up to my cable modem...Should even be able to use a year 1850 telegraph to order a pizza if this was truly the modern age. Get it? But its the opposite. Its the "upgrade at constant rate or be obsolete" age."
Where did you live? That's a fairy tale to me. We had pizza place etc etc and take out all over the place.In 1970 we would have walked or got a bus to get a Pizza, although we would most likely have had to eat in, as there were no pizza take-aways back then, apart from the odd Chinese or Indian and of course Fish & Chip Shop.