NOTE: If you'd prefer to view this information as a blog post, check out this entry in our Five Apps blog.
If you do a lot of writing, it helps if you can type quickly and accurately. Fortunately, plenty of software packages are available to help you improve your typing skills. Here are five worth checking out.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Typing_of_the_Dead (I'm mostly kidding, but if a zombie apocalypse won't up your WPM, I can't believe much could.)
As a certified typing and keyboarding teacher with thirty-five years of experience. I find the article outstanding! Thank you!
Hi everyone, The computer I am working on is not booting into bios. The hard drive spools up and everything sounds normal but, the monitor
I still have an old copy of Mavis teaches typing that came with my first PC. Still works pretty well when I need to brush-up every now and then.
The statement [i]"NOTE: If you'd prefer to view this information as a blog post, check out this entry in our Five Apps blog."[/i] is present in every slide show that has a corresponding article. The statement always contains a link to the article, but unfortunately many readers seem incapable of both looking at pictures and reading text, as a good many of them miss it. So, since you missed it the first time, here it is, the link to the article: http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/five-apps/five-apps-to-make-you-a-better-typist/1516
Let's have more content to these articles. So objective assessments against sensible criteria. And maybe a recommendation or two.
"..useless and lazy." And yet, here you are. Have you not heard of efficiency? Or perhaps, "A picture is worth a thousand words." In which case, Brian has 11,000 words to his credit on this article. Hardly lazy compared to the meager 12 you used for a negative comment.