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Subject:Re: new keyboard From:"Society for Tech. Co" <stc -at- CRAFT -dot- CAMP -dot- CLARKSON -dot- EDU> Date:Sun, 21 Mar 1993 15:01:49 -0500
I once made the same proposal about a very similar keyboard in my Computer
Documentation class and in one of my Technical Communications writing classes f
for a project of mine, but the most forward response to my suggestion was the
huge response that it would cost too much to create initially. I did agree with
everybody who said that, but I still feel that such an idea would be a good one
and would help people who use computers (not just keyboard vendors) in the long
run. Oh well, that was just my little two cents in this matter that I wanted
to throw out on the listserver. Take care and have a nice day everybody!