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ARTICLES IN THE BOOK

  1. Abbreviation
  2. Bezenshek Shorthand
  3. Boyd's Syllabic Shorthand
  4. Closed captioning
  5. Court reporter
  6. Dutton Speedwords
  7. Eclectic Shorthand
  8. Franz Xaver Gabelsberger
  9. Gabelsberger shorthand
  10. Gregg Shorthand
  11. Handywrite
  12. Isaac Pitman
  13. Morse code
  14. Personal Shorthand
  15. Pitman Shorthand
  16. Quikscript
  17. Rebus
  18. Shavian alphabet
  19. Shorthand
  20. Shorthand Language
  21. Short message service
  22. SMS language
  23. Speedwriting
  24. Steganography
  25. Stenograph
  26. Stenomask
  27. Stenotype
  28. Teeline Shorthand
  29. Thomas Natural Shorthand
  30. Tironian notes
  31. Transcript

 

 



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Franz Xaver Gabelsberger

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Franz Xaver Gabelsberger (February 9, 1789 January 4, 1849, both in Munich) was a German inventor of a shorthand writing system, named Gabelsberger shorthand after him.

Gabelsberger, employed as typist by the Bavarian government, started to develop a new shorthand system at age of 28. His system was first fully described in the textbook Anleitung zur deutschen Redezeichenkunst oder Stenographie (1834) and became rapidly used.

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  • The Stenographic Collection (Dresden), includes various items related to Gabelsberger, originally from the Library of the Royal Saxon Stenographic Institute
  • Image of Gabelsberger
  • Photographs of the memorial at Gabelsberger's grave
  • Postage stamp showing Gabelsberger


 

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