Quote by Robert Caro
You know, my first three or four drafts, you can see, are on legal pads in long hand. And then I go to a typewriter, and I know everybody's switching to a computer. And I'm sort of laughed at.
In this quote, the speaker talks about their writing process, starting with handwritten drafts on legal pads before moving on to a typewriter. They note that while many people are transitioning to using computers for writing, they continue to prefer the older methods. The speaker acknowledges that their choice may be seen as outdated and amusing to others who embrace modern technology. This quote highlights the speaker's personal preference and how they perceive their fellow writers' reaction to their traditional writing methods.