ag5 input device...


    Mar 16 2006 | 5:11 pm
    seems interesting...
    http://alphagrips.com/
    I don't think you have to be a model to use it, but I'm not entirely
    sure.
    p.

    • Mar 16 2006 | 5:38 pm
      she's absolutely delicious...
    • Mar 16 2006 | 5:42 pm
      You probably do if you want one of the pink ones.
      "IMPORTANT INFORMATION: The AlphaGrip may not be ergonomic" it says
      here.
      You know what's weird? It claims to be "Enhanced QWERTY", and sure
      enough, if you squint at the buttons, it still is kind-of QWERTY,
      which itself is thoroughly unergonomic. What's all that about?
      nick rothwell -- composition, systems, performance -- http://
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    • Mar 16 2006 | 6:04 pm
      don't have to be a model to use this one, but you need breasts :
    • Mar 16 2006 | 6:08 pm
      I think the rationale is that using this device won't hurt your
      ability to use a regular QWERTY keyboard, which is something that has
      plagued users of other alternative input schemes such as the dvorak
      keyboard layout.
      Ben
    • Mar 16 2006 | 7:33 pm
      The wired jock strap is coming soon, don't worry.
      Talking about Wired, they have someone who writes about (please
      delete this message immediately if you're under age in the
      jurisdiction of your residence) "teledildonics". You may want to look
      that up. Or not.
      As for QWERTY not being ergonomic, I'm not sure where Nick's coming
      from on that. Sholes' invention was (despite some legend to the
      contrary) designed to allow people to type faster with the hardware
      of the day, and his design achieved what it set out to do. What's
      wrong with that? I learned to touch type when I was too young to read
      Regina Lynn (and before she was born, for good measure). One of the
      most useful skills I ever learned.
      Cheers -- Peter
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    • Mar 16 2006 | 7:47 pm
      On 16 Mar 2006, at 19:33, Peter Castine wrote:
      > Talking about Wired, they have someone who writes about [...]
      > "teledildonics".
      What, full-time?
      > As for QWERTY not being ergonomic, I'm not sure where Nick's coming
      > from on that.
      Oh, just taken in by the myth...
      -- N.
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    • Mar 16 2006 | 9:35 pm
      On 16-Mar-2006, at 20:47, Nick Rothwell wrote:
      > What, full-time?
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