n.moray at surrey.ac.uk
Mon Apr 20 11:11:53 UTC 1998
This is a little off your m,ain interest, but if you want to know how to
make it easy for people to learn how to use a chorded keyboard, I may be
able to help with a training algorithm which could be built into your
>I have an idea for a very neat "palm top" computer based on
>Squeak and the StrongARM processor. It would be somewhat
>like Squeak on the Newton or like a super Pilot. It wouldn't
>have a pen, but a touchpad for the pointer and a "chorded"
>keyboard for text entry. Black and White as well as Color
>versions would be available. It would be very simple, but
>have several other features.
>I am trying to decide how I am going to divide my time between
>this and another project (Java based - YUCK!!!) and would like
>to know if there is any interest in this kind of thing.
>The people here might be a little biased, so maybe this
>isn't the best place to ask this :-)
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