[conspire] dsl 4 linux in sunnyvale
rick at linuxmafia.com
Wed Mar 11 22:40:23 PDT 2009
Quoting Jose Medeiros (jose.medeiros at gmail.com):
> Please forgive my typing errors, back when I took electronics in high
> school in 1980, taking a typing class was not cool, and alas I never
> learned how to properly type.
Honestly, I'd have never known. Your typing was pretty accurate. (At a
glance, I saw one word that was eccentrically but parseably spelled --
"cudos" -- and the word "any thing" where you meant "anything", and
everything else would be too picayune to even mention.
If you have time, I really highly recommend learning to type for real.
I did so as a junior in high school, and it really pissed me off to get
a "B" for the class, weighed the same as real academic classes for GPA
purposes, but it was worth that annoyance a thousand times over.
Being able to touch-type just gives you a much better _quality_ of
computer experience, is my main point.
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