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18434

Re: typing

Snip> The only thing I hate about *this* touch pad, besides the size, is the way I get to highlight blocks of text and delete the in one fell swoop - even
john baird
3:49 PM
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18433

Re: plate glass

The real problem here is Do you plan to use dit as optic reference or simply make a flat glass If it is optic purpose Go to ATM astronomer group
jacot
2:11 PM
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18432

Re: typing

Perhaps a Bane style muffle/r that negates sound waves from escaping is what will be needed to make everyday (and everywhere) voice dictation feasible dude.
Chris Tofu
2:06 PM
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18431

Re: typing

Hi Chris, I teach engineering apprentices and university students. Can you imagine a room of twenty or so people all trying to talk to their computers? The
Ian Newman
2:01 PM
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18430

Re: plate glass

Hi Chris, There has been a lot of advice, ideas and suggestions, but you need to know the details of your particular glass sample before you know what problems
Ian Newman
1:55 PM
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18429

Re: typing

it's too slow. There already is, I think, adequate handwriting recognition. It can't or likely never will work miracles (unless contexts are examined and other
Chris Tofu
1:36 PM
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18428

Re: typing

I would argue for voice recognition. (Or, mind reading. ;-) Dragon Speaking Naturally or whatever it is called today was doing pretty good last time I tried
rhkramer03
8:28 AM
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18427

Re: typing

 Hi Chris, I've spent the best part of 60 years learning to record data with a pointed stick (a pencil). The real future is in hand writing
Ian Newman
7:29 AM
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18426

Re: typing

a really great keyboard is the microsoft natural keabord - it is very ergo for your benefit On Fri, Mar 27, 2015 at 9:25 AM, rhkramer@... [multimachine]
Damian Gunjak
6:50 AM
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18425

Re: typing

I haven't done that yet, but I plan to. I'm also thinking about arranging it so that I can either walk on a treadmill or ride a stationary bike at least some
rhkramer03
6:28 AM
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18424

Re: typing

Some of my contacts who spend a lot of time on the computer have switched to using a stand-up desk so they don't sit for long periods of time. I'm thinking of
chris green
5:09 AM
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18423

typing

In the 80s there was this ergonomic craze where they had any number of weird chairs and whatnot to effect less strain on the body while at the puter.  well
Chris Tofu
5:00 AM
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18422

Re: plate glass

... On Thu, 3/26/15, Chris Tofu rampaginggreenhulk@... [multimachine] wrote: Subject: Re: [multimachine] plate glass To:
jim
Mar 26
#18422
 
18421

Re: plate glass

Keith, Couldn't Chris use a table saw or even a wooden bench to back up the glass? Regards, Mr. Shannon DeWolfe --I've taken to using Mr. because my name
Shannon DeWolfe
Mar 26
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18420

Re: plate glass

IOW a bed of grout on top of a board or table? Then press down until your 'tubes' are all the same width?
Chris Tofu
Mar 26
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