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The research on handwriting and fine motor skills actually establishes that these are developed by all forms of handwriting, not merely by cursive.
CEO, Handwriting Repair/Handwriting That Works
Director, World Handwriting Contest
Cursive writing helps develop fine motor skills.
I learned "penmanship" in Catholic schools. I consistently got Ds (also in "deportment"). I can sign my name in cursive (a scribble), but if I need to communicate with someone via pen/paper, I print so they will know what I'm saying. On the other hand, my keyboard skills are top drawer. I'm looking forward to some new advance that means I'll never have to sign my name. Thumbprint?
A keyboard option that types in cursive would be cool.
I write curse words all the time
I don't even bother to read anything in cursive.. It might as well be written in spanish..
Wow. It's 80% yes with 256 votes. I honestly thought that it would be the opposite.
Cursive is only important if you don't want to read it....or you are signing a prescription or a brief...what is that thing BABBOY...brieficus amicus??? some latin gizmotron.
Let me write myself a note, and I will get back to you...
Autographs should be cursive and so should signatures.
Only an electronics geek would post otherwise....
No need for signatures. RFID should take care of it.
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