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  • gnome vfs command line tools
    do things just like this On ubuntu I installed the libgnomevfs2 bin package and it gave me usr bin gnomevfs cat usr bin gnomevfs copy usr bin gnomevfs info usr bin gnomevfs ls usr bin gnomevfs monitor usr bin gnomevfs mkdir usr bin gnomevfs mv usr bin gnomevfs rm usr bin gnomevfs df These tools generally work the same as cat cp ls mv rm etc except that they can

    Original URL path: http://incise.org/gnome-vfs-command-line-tools.html (2016-04-30)
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  • typematrix review
    backspace seems like a total waste to me I definitely don t imagine that I will be using it I also wonder whether they could get away with only one of the space keys I personally only use my right thumb for the space key but I m guessing some people use their left or even both But maybe forcing people to only use one would be a good thing since they could relocate some keys to where the other space key was and the other thumb could actually become useful instead of just sitting there I got the dual labeled dvorak version but the dvorak labels are really hard to see They re this wimpy bright orange color and on whitish keys it s just hard to see It s even worse on the darker grey keys to the right Something like dark green or dark red would probably work well the dark blue for function keys is very legible I m used to the arrow keys being easy to identify but they somewhat get lost in the other grey keys It would be cool if they were a different color In fact I think more colors in general would be a good thing The F keys could get their own color numbers could get a color letters could get a color punctuation a color modifiers a color etc etc Locating things by color is much much faster than reading symbols But selling a fruit rollup keyboard might be more difficult Locating keys will also probably get a lot faster as I get used to the keyboard Price 100 Probably a necessary evil considering this is a bit of a niche product Getting used to the layout I haven t done a ton of typing on the keyboard yet but I have typed this page on it and overall it s not very hard to get used to I do make mistakes fairly often like hitting tab instead of b or confusing the x c and v keys but I can t imagine that it will take very long to get back to normal The HardwareCentral review reported to have a hard time adjusting to the center backspace and enter keys I expected that to be the case and I have reached for the old spots a few times but it was actually pretty easy to get used to the new locations They also reported having a problem with putting their hand in the wrong place on home row for 3 days wow I can t say I ever had that problem as I tend to never look at the keyboard and I use the little bumps on the f and k keys to position my hands From the comments they make it seems like they might not be touch typists which I imagine would slow the learning process Overall The keyboard is pretty much what I was expecting which means that it s worth 100 to me I

    Original URL path: http://incise.org/typematrix-review.html (2016-04-30)
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  • perfect keyboard
    on a computer keyboard This includes staggered key columns a monolithic layout qwerty keymap and I m sure other things that I can t think of But qwerty vs dvorak is a whole other argument altogether Chording I don t know Chording is a really nifty concept but I don t know if the perfect keyboard should use it It would likely complicate the design a lot and I don t know whether I would even like using a chording keyboard on a day to day basis Hands apart I think this is pretty important I think the best way to go is to have the keyboard split into two parts this would also let you stick your mouse in the middle I m not sure if I d like that or not and have a comfortable stance while typing Keys The keys should be like laptop keys really nice laptop keys Very solid feeling not plasticky or rubbery feeling not floppy feeling And a quiet but nice sound They need to be durable anyone who cares this much about a computer keyboard will probably be using them a lot For labels I like the Kinesis guy s idea do what cash registers do at least I think it s cash registers that do it The top of the key would be transparent plastic and you would slide little pieces of paper plastic whatever into the side top bottom whatever of the keys which would then show through the top The letters become immune to wear they are very easy to change and when you do change them they don t look like crap like magic marker or labels do and you don t have the key size compatability problems you have when you try to physically move keys around

    Original URL path: http://incise.org/perfect-keyboard.html (2016-04-30)
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  • plum keyboard
    keyboard the whole thing reeks of low quality and the layout is gimmicky and understandably ignored Its one mildly redeeming feature was that I only spent 25 thanks to its new low price which has been 25 for a really

    Original URL path: http://incise.org/plum-keyboard.html (2016-04-30)
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  • intp links
    lifexplore intp htm the wizard http homepage mac com bahlberg iblog B1386252977 to be an INTP blog http www murraystate edu secsv fye INTP htm http www intpcentral com forums irc http www wsc edu advising program career personality intp html good link note http www livejournal com community jmbt intp INTP group on livejournal http www typelogic com intp html http www personalitypage com INTP html http www legran

    Original URL path: http://incise.org/intp-links.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Index of /files/dev
    05 49 6 9K mcpics 0 2 6 tgz 22 Nov 2002 05 49 6 9K mcpics 0 2 tgz 22 Nov 2002 05 49 7 4K mcpics 0 2test tgz 22 Nov 2002 05 49 7 3K py libmpdclient 0 9 0 1 noarch rpm 30 Sep 2003 01 09 25K py libmpdclient 0 9 0 1 src rpm 30 Sep 2003 01 00 21K py libmpdclient 0 9 0 tar gz 30 Sep 2003 00 50 19K py libmpdclient2 1 0 tgz 21 Sep 2006 22 08 3 7K py libmpdclient2 2005 09 02 tgz 02 Sep 2005 10 16 3 5K pymp may12 2002 27 Mar 2005 09 08 qbcontacts2vcard python 16 Oct 2003 09 23 4 5K sigh 1 0 tar gz 27 Aug 2004 03 44 276K sighmodule c txt 17 Mar 2006 14 27 4 2K statiki 05 Jun 2008 04 30 sysinfo shell 10 Aug 2002 11 09 1 2K thump 2003 05 22 1 tgz 24 May 2003 22 45 5 9K thump 2003 05 22 2 tgz 24 May 2003 22 45 12K thump2 2003 07 06 01 tgz 07 Jul 2003 03 02 18K thump2 2003 08 06 01 tgz

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  • Index of /images/tigermp
    Name Last modified Size Description Parent Directory im000757 jpg 27 Feb 2004 14 08 49K im000758 jpg 27 Feb 2004 14 08 40K Apache 2 2 16 Ubuntu Server at

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  • Index of /images/fw
    16 08 57K IM000421 JPG 15 Nov 2003 16 08 58K IM000422 JPG 15 Nov 2003 16 08 61K IM000423 JPG 15 Nov 2003 16 08 60K IM000424 JPG 15 Nov 2003 16 08 65K IM000425 JPG 15 Nov 2003 16 08 62K IM000426 JPG 15 Nov 2003 16 08 69K IM000427 JPG 15 Nov 2003 16 08 59K IM000428 JPG 15 Nov 2003 16 08 62K IM000429 JPG 15

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