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Or what about a Teletype Model 33[^]? I learned my very first Basic programming through one of this kind. Removable data/program storage, with density 10 CPI (paper tape). Read/write speed: 10 bytes/sec. (The interface was 110 bps, but each byte also had start and stop bits.)
Take a look at the Kinesis Freestyle 2. It's a split keyboard with an infinitely adjustable angle or the two halves can be separated. It has three potential angles between the two halves. It also has hand rests which really help. My RSI in my wrists has gone from annoying to almost zero with these. My favorite feature! - a Delete key on the left side to be used with your little finger in addition to the standard Delete key on the right at the top.
best keyboard I've ever owned started on a dell laptop with the scissor support. Logitech has one called the y-uy95 illuminated keyboard. Large, lit keys, tactile feedback (not the chiclit crap) with a good wrist support system.
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Well, you can still buy type M keyboards. They are manufactured using the original tooling and sold by Unicomp. Reviewers do say that an original model in good condition is better than the Unicomp though - since over the years the tooling has worn a little.
Personally, I've tried a lot of keyboards over the past few years. I'm currently using a Razer Chroma - which If you run Linux (or choose not to installed the spyware Razer keyboard drivers) has the best feel I've come across. It uses their green switches, which some people say are like Cherry Blue. I find Cherry Blues more resistant - and less easy to type with.
My second preference is the Logitech G810 Orion with Romer-G, these are very tactile, much much lighter. The keys press with barely a breath on them. Quite a different feel.
I was able to locate another of the MS keyboards so the immediate crisis is over. I did stop at my local best buy (sic) and the 20 something wanted to sell me a chicklet-keyed wanna be laptop keyboard, as obviously I wasn't a gamer.
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I had quite the opposite experience. I have enjoyed myself in the kitchen since I was seven, but never thought of vegetaian hot dishes as worth anything - because I never learned to prepare them, not until my (today) ex moved in. I really learned a lot from her in that area. And also in Asian dishes, Asian spices. The food I prepare for myself today is far more healty, and varied, thanks to what she taught me.
(Oh, I taught her quite a lot of my stuff, but if a lady admits to learn elements of cooking from a man, it should be from a famous cook, not from your SO!)
Even better was a relationship I had a loooot of time ago...
She hated cooking.
I like cooking, but I don't usually do fancy things because I am too lazy for the cleaning up afterwards.
She offered me a deal. I could cook whatever I wanted over the weekend and she would clean the mess behind me.
Only condition: I had to cook enough for her to put in the freezer, so she didn't have to cook during the week.
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