anybody interested in learning Teeline? Basically, it was designed for writing fast, before there were good portable tape recorders. It wasn't the best shorthand, but it's easier to learn, and doesn't require special pens. Anyway, it looks pretty cool, and, if we learned it, we could communicate without the bots knowing what's happening. Normies can't into learn stuff, so their case is hopeless, as next year there's going to be a massive crackdown on the whole net, using ai crap.
it's just an idea, the only one i have for continuing in social existence after they destroy the net.
i also like gold line teeline. but remember, this is about hiding text from bots, but being able to put things in plain sight. so we don't have to use specific "correct" versions of words.
the essential ideas of teeline are:
1. the size of each gesture matters
2. you connect gestures to form a word
3. words are not connected
4. *you leave out unpronounced letters
5. *you leave out vowels, unless they're FIRST
6. an example sentence might be this one, and it would basically be: an exmpl sntnc mt b ths on and
7. except there are obviously common symbols for extremely common words
8. each letter has a number of symbols
9. one thing you can do, to add R, is make the previous letter longer. another thing is to make the letters before and after cross each other
10. each letter is kind of like a common version of the letter. L can look exactly like a cursive L sometimes.
11. you can indicate capitalization, if you want, with a little double mark, but there is no case to teeline gestures
12. *on occasion teeline is phonetic
13. as a huge bonus it looks like arabic, which scares the crap out of normiesPost too long. Click here to view the full text.