“I've a funeral to do later this afternoon which should warm up the fingers for some industrious touch-typing in the evening.”
“Its pop-up keyboard is adorable, but too tight for touch-typing.”
“It is, we learned, easier to learn to fly a plane than to master touch-typing.”
“Fry also visited a primary school that teaches its pupils touch-typing from an early age, and many of them can type more than 100 words a minute.”
“Even the gloss of her life sounded like one of our practice sentences: Who is the teacher who will teach our touch-typing course this term?”
“Once he had mastered touch-typing, he was able to write with his eyes closed, using only the tips of his fingers.”
“Okay, so I was touch-typing in the dark last night and this required a LOT of cleanup.”
“Where three musicians who play the same instrument can discuss mouthpieces, bows or picks, even though one plays classical music, another jazz and a third nothing but rock 'n roll, writers of different sorts -- fiction and non-fiction, genre writers and high art types -- don't seem to engage in too many spirited discussions of dot-matrix printers or innovative touch-typing techniques.”
“The keys are too far apart for quick touch-typing and, because they are flat, there's not enough tactile feedback.”
“With keyboarding skills becoming a more and more important ability to have in the modern world, although some might argue that in Japan it is mobile phone thumbing speed that is the key, japan. internet.com recently reported on a rather interesting survey conducted by Cross Marketing Inc into touch-typing abilities.”
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