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stenography:

see shorthandshorthand,
any brief, rapid system of writing that may be used in transcribing, or recording, the spoken word. Such systems, many having characters based on the letters of the alphabet, were used in ancient times; the shorthand of Tiro, Cicero's amanuensis, was used for
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In 2013 Tiffany Stern produced "Sermons, Plays and Note-Takers: Hamlet Q1 as a 'Noted' Text," resurrecting the possibility that the text might have been compiled, at least in part, by a process of stenography or swift-writing, a theory which most of us thought had been laid definitively to rest some seventy years earlier.
The passage is sarcastically comic regarding the education of girls of her class; he speaks of "female institutions" run by "spinsters" that serve as preparation for marriage or if that fails, the ability to take stenography (14).
Lyons, the legendary curator of the Nieman Foundation, advocated for "interpretative reporting" to overtake the stenography that characterized much coverage of McCarthy.
The eldest daughter of a doctor and school teacher, she abjured college for a quick course in stenography, which she hoped would be her ticket to a life in the big city.
Subjects included typewriting, shorthand, ledger bookkeeping, letter composition, filing, office machine operation, office practice, stenography, secretarial practice, penmanship, business English, economics, and accounting.
Early for-profits made extravagant claims that students can get rich by taking short courses in bookkeeping, banking, commercial law, stenography, penmanship and other subjects.
But stenography, especially when other media outlets are being stenographers of the same event or information, squanders your shrunken remaining resources.
It proposes a inconsistency measures based on Shannon entropy method, it provides a combinational cryptography and stenography concept for strongest secure system.
As mediums took dictation from spirits during seances, "stenography was considered a requisite skill, and spiritualist periodicals often included advertisements for stenography lessons" (Enns 55).
He can stenograph brilliantly, and stenography is another symbol of modernization: it means speed and cryptography, which "the archaic Dracula" cannot decipher, and it is a way to put everything in order.
In 4LSB Stenography four least significant bits are used for substitution (Moon and Vasnik, 2007).
His obsessive preparation and sedate discipline made him shine two years later at the Philadelphia Convention, where his stenography and speechmaking helped produce not only the Constitution but the immortal records of the debate over it.