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Typewriter exhibit taps into our not-too-distant past (with photo gallery)

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Tap, tap, tap. The sound is odd, yet familiar. Could it really be the clickety-clack of a typewriter? But why would there be an antiquated writing machine at the University at Albany, a global center for nanoscience? On the second floor of the University Art Museum, follow that tap, tap, tap and what appears is not an old Smith Corona but a larger-than-life film of comedian Michael Winslow, “the man of 10,000 sound effects,” mimicking ...


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