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Writer Kathy Lette "I am actually smaller now because everything actually hangs off differently" Actress Jessica Alba, above, muses about her figure "We are now the underdogs but I relish that position" Alex Salmond, Scotland's First Minister, after his TV debate on Scottish independence with Alistair Darling "Tell them I am out of scoops" Investigative journalist Chapman Pincher's last joke before he died aged 100 "I am now writing all my scripts in longhand, making only one copy in lemon juice and eating the others" Screenwriter Mark Gatiss, who worries that details of the next series of Sherlock will be leaked on the internet
I am now writing all my scripts in longhand, making only one copy in lemon juice and eating the others" - Screenwriter Mark Gatiss (pictured), who worries that details of the next series of Sherlock will be leaked on the internet.
Laura Sanders reported that students writing in longhand performed better on postlecture quizzes than their computer-using peers in "Students retain information better with pens than laptops" (SN: 5/31/14, p.
Among those who work mostly or exclusively in longhand are John Irving, Stephen King, Philip Pullman, Annie Proulx and John le Carre.
The students who wrote in longhand performed better in the test than the students who used laptops.
It was an experiment to see how much time could be saved over the usual method of writing in longhand.
But in one of the earliest notebooks the original novel is written out in longhand.
While legend has it that Obama writes his own speeches in longhand on a legal pad, a better historical account will show that he offers input and Favreau crafts them.
When I have to take notes in longhand, I quickly lose the muscle strength to make those notes legible.
It took about six months to produce - three months to write out in longhand and another three to type it all up.
The writer, who has amassed a pounds 540 million fortune from Harry Potter after creating him in a capital cafe, still writes in cafes and in longhand.