Writing @ the Speed of Thought

@bloggeroo (2171)
Philippines
April 13, 2013 7:12pm CST
Wouldn't that be awesome? Writing at the speed of thought. Practically no downtime. You just write whatever comes to mind. And then, you keep writing and writing until your mind goes blank. This is exciting because you have the makings of a cash machine. Of course, some of your ideas may just be worthless. But who cares? You can write at the speed of thought. Someday it will be worth something.
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@rog0322 (2834)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
14 Apr 13
Hi, Most writers are gifted that way. They just think and write what they thought, the mind goes five, ten lines in advance than the hands can put it on paper. Your idea gave me another thought about a machine that can read minds and prints those thoughts immediately on paper. That would be a very revolutionary invention, just sitting there and the computer reads our brain waves, interpret it and put down into writing in real time. How about that? It be more awesome isn't it?
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@bloggeroo (2171)
• Philippines
14 Apr 13
Indeed. But you can also get hacked that way because somebody will also invent a machine to swipe all your financial information just by touching you.
14 Apr 13
I feel that sometimes I can be thinking about two different things at the same time,and I feel it would be wonderful if I could write two different things at the same time,after all I have two hands.
@jagjit273 (1740)
• India
14 Apr 13
Yes you should try this. Atleast your writing power will improve, your thinking power will improve , your handwriting will improve and if you have so$e good online sites to give you revenue for your writings then. You can earn also. If you want some such of those sites you can be friends with me and i will send you link with details that how to work on them
@leateagee (3667)
• China
14 Apr 13
. Indeed awesome! I wish my hand is faster than my mouth. There are times ideas rush in, I use my phone recorder to record my thoughts as I think them out loud. Then I listen to them and write them better.
@kixsh101 (729)
• Philippines
14 Apr 13
I keep doing that and it is fun. I usually do it on my journal. I never mind re reading it or proof reading it. After months or years afters I'll try to read it, and yes some are thoughtless, but most of it are worth reading - it just need a a revision. But it makes me happy, that I am able to scribble those thoughts I even laugh at times. Anyways, happy mylotting!