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Handywrite is a phonetic alphabet and shorthand system made by Eric Lee after his own personal extensive research of other shorthand writing systems. He created it out dissatisfaction with other shorthand systems such as the Pittman and Gregg shorthand systems. It's divided into two parts: a new kind of English phonetic alphabet using efficient writing strokes and a shorthand system which abbreviates a small, frequent set of phrases, words, prefixes and suffixes to increase writing speed. This writing system is designed to allow a person to be able to read their handywrite written works years later if they remember the same alphabet, yet still allow a person to write quickly.