Typing Station #1 asked guests to sign in on the Electrodex, an electronic Rolodex gadget from 1989. You can see a raffle prize-- a 1948 Underwood, case of Lakefront Brewery's M'waukee Beercicle, and copy of The Typewriter Revolution next to it.
Typing Station #2 asked guests to write a short poem about a frog on a Royal Signet. Some of these will appear in a future issue of QWERTY Quarterly.
At Typing Station #3, guests gave their arguement on whether they were for or against Candidate Cthulhu for President on a Remington Rand Model 5.
Station #4 was a thank you note typing station on an Olympia SM 8.
And Station #5, "Meet the Press," asked to grab a sheet of paper and...
...a fedora with a press card in it, then interview a fellow guest and return to write a short report on it.
Here is the ad hoc QF press corps!
Cello, drums, and...typewriter made lovely sounds from music guests Nineteen Thirteen.