When I joined Automattic, I found that using different keyboard layouts like Dvorak and Colemak are common and encouraged - as are most things that will help you be more efficient.The idea is that if you spend so much of your day at your computer, you might as well be efficient at input. The idea seemed neat, so why not?
Last fall, we both bought DAS Keyboard Ultimate keyboards with Cherry MX Blue switches. While Fred seems to be a fairly light typist, I can make a lot of noise with my keyboard. It turns out that I am bottoming out (hitting the bottom of the keyboard) on each stroke, which is loud. Seriously, loud.... Continue Reading →
Ever since I saw this keyboard on Lifehacker many years ago, I wanted it. There was something about having blank keys that appealed to me as a typist - after all, if I didn't need to look at the keys, then why bother having any labels? Last fall, Fred and I looked at each other... Continue Reading →