Christopher Moore w1gm at
Thu Apr 20 11:26:51 EDT 2000

The braille-style keyboard has its advantages but limits the speed with
which you can input information.  When using a BNS, I need to concentrate
on pressing the key combinations accurately or I end up with missing dots.
Also, while on the subject of keys, you might want to consider using a
menu tree to drive the device.  Again, a major drawback of the bns is its
reliance on memorizing a gazillion chording commands.  

73, Chris w1gm at
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