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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I love it I love it I love it I love it!</voice type="molly shannon">

    I can't say enough good things about the contour professional [kinesis-ergo.com]. The contour classic is also a great keyboard (It was my last keyboard), but I wouldn't buy the essential. Keyborad programmability is too important to me. Remapping escape to a thumb key and puttting shift on the foot pedal are probably the two things that have saved me the most wrist-ache.

    -- Douglas Hunter
  • Be sure to go Dvorak though. I've been using it for about 18 months, and that makes far more difference than the actual hardware.
  • ...if you lived in Pittsburgh. I have three: one (Classic) for work, one USB (Advantage) for the Powerbook and one PS/2 (Classic) for a linux machine I rarely boot up anymore.

    I could not do my job without this keyboard, and I've written about it [cwinters.com] multiple times (probably the best here [cwinters.com]).