__/ [John Bokma] on Monday 07 November 2005 04:12 \__
> Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> So I guess the combination of both is a healthy one. We would finally
>> be rewarded the day we break a hand or seriously hurt a thumb (very
>> recently, a friend of mine). Think of being able to do everything
>> (apart from typing without on-screen keyboard) with either a mouse or
>> a keyboard alone...
> As long as it isn't yapping to my computer, fine with me. I often wonder if
> I can learn to use extra keys with my toes :-D. A shift and a ctrl pedal is
> easy to make :-D:
No way. How will I be able to ever interact along with the music? What's
next? A mouthpiece? Bite to close window.
> And imagine: the double kick, the knee jerk, etc.
The first person to use lower-body gestures will have a hard-time coping with
people. Before being shunned from society, he or she will develop odd
reflexes and trip down on the floor when attempting to use a PDA.
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