My boyfriend remarked the other day on how digital documents are designed to mimic real-world documents. For example, in Microsoft Word, when you type, your view is essentially that of an 8.5 X 11 piece of paper. Anyway, I happened across this project today as I was rummaging through the archives over at Uppercase. It's an Olivetti Lettera 22 typewriter which has been rewired to communicate with a computer so that the typing writes an e-mail message and when the paper is removed from the typewriter, the e-mail is sent. This blows my mind. But I also think, what if you want to write more than one page or how do you make corrections? Still, it's totally rad project. Personally, I like the idea of a hard copy e-mail which could then be actually mailed. Hmmmm.... Maybe that can be a new fun download!