Learning to type "correctly"
Due to the fact that I had already been using computers for ~2-3 years by the time my school got around to teaching typing, I never learned to type "correctly" and currently use this really weird sort of hunt and peck method that is really inefficient. What are some good tools or tricks you guys know of to learn to type faster and has anyone else had a similar experience?
Try chatting in gchat more. Or, get a blank keyboard.
Aside: for some reason, if they're opposite-handed, I would expect Rym to be lefty and Scott to be righty. No idea why.
I play cards and hockey, however, left-handed.
I dunno, works for me so I don't really care if its correct or not.
Also I become hugely ineffectual when using a laptop and need to input numbers.
I really should just get typing of the dead.
I've found since typing code I have gradually got the muscle memory for all the required characters which I didn't use before (such as various brackets and symbols). The reason this is weird is that I know where to put my fingers for round brackets but don't remember that those are the same keys for 9 and 0.