Louise Ann Noeth founded LandSpeed Productions in 1984 because she got tired of people thinking she only did one thing. After years of freelancing she had developed a variety of storytelling skill sets that includes:
• Creative Writing
• Stock Library
• Fine Art
• Graphic Design
• Public Relations
A fancy moniker for what she does is “photojournalist”, but she prefers “storyteller” believing people relate better to a tantalizing tale than an “English Major” perfect new report. Read More...
Morse is still widely used by amateur radio operators (hams). Experienced hams routinely send Morse at 20 words per minute, using manually operated hand telegraph keys ; enthusiasts such as members of The CW Operators' Club routinely send and receive Morse code at speeds up to 60 wpm. Twenty words per minute (20wpm) represents the rough upper limit for Morse operators attempting to write down Morse code received by ear using paper and pencil. Many skilled Morse code operators can receive Morse code by ear mentally without writing down the information at speeds up to 70 wpm. To write down the Morse code information manually at speeds higher than 20 wpm it is usual for the operators to use a typewriter or computer keyboard to enable higher speed copying.