His reply was that he completely surfed every corner of the web there is to surf. That's how I feel. I can't find any blogs for screenwriters that use typewriters.
Recently, I discovered how to use google fonts so that a typewriter font displays for my blog. The only problem I can see is, although the style of font I'm using is similar to that of a pica typewriter, the letters are not monospace.
I figured this out only because I was curious to see how my text would look if I double spaced after a period using the emsp; tag. Seeing as I didnt know whether I should use 2 emsp; tags back to back, or seperated by a blank space, I tried a couple of variations. My efforts were in vain as the text simply didnt look right.
So, I tell myself that I'll be manual typing my entries from this point forward regardless whether I format them in screenplay style. I just feel it's wasteful to do that to my paper when I can type directly to my blog. Screenplay formatting is different. I don't toss my entries out when they're typed as a scene. These hard copies arevsaved until I can incorporate them into the feature film I'm working on (sort of killing 2 birds this way).