Thank You. Here’s a Robot.

A very handy robot

By The Editors
November 24, 2014 9:00 am

A handwritten note trumps all.

It’s the type of thoughtful gesture that gets noticed in today’s digital-only world.

(Your correspondent has landed both a job and an apartment just by jotting a few words down on paper.)

Sadly, most of us are too lazy to write notes, and the rest of us don’t have a secretary to fake it for us.

Solving those challenges: Bond, available now.

Bond is, like, the future.

You fill out a brief form in your natural handwriting. Scan it, send it back.

Computers at Bond’s NYC headquarters analyze your scribbles.

Then, a team of robots writes whatever you want it to write on custom stationery.

In pen. In your handwriting.

Hate your writing? Choose from a pre-made font (formal, multiple forms of casual, graffiti) or those of a famous person (Freud, Tesla).

If you’re in New York, you can actually go to Bond’s Manhattan loft and get an expert to refine your handwriting before you submit.

If you’re willing to take the time.

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