Getting used to DVORAK keyboard

Since the last ten or eleven days, I’m getting used to DVORAK keyboard layout. It’s triggered by an interesting fact about QWERTY keyboard I found in the book Awaken the Giant Within : How to Take Immediate Control of Your Mental, Emotional, Physical and Financial Destiny!. It’s stated that the popularity of QWERTY layout was caused by less scientific reason. This dragged me to learn DVORAK layout as an alternative, something that I procrastinate for quite long time.

Now that I found a reason to mastering DVORAK. It’s not so hard thing to do, thanks to Keybr.com that provide a learning platform of typing lessons. Here is my learning progress on it.

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Typing training board

Nevertheless, I still using QWERTY to type this post. 😀 As we realize, that changing habit is not that easy, right? At any rate, though, I have tried changing my habit of typing, and I have put quite discipline effort on this learning process so far. Even though it’s still far from proficient, I begin quite getting used to DVORAK, anyway. Wish me luck! 🙂

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Have a look at this screenshot. It’s my experience when installed OpenWRT system image via command line. I did that way because it’s almost broken and I thought it bricked. But fortunately, it could be connected via SSH, and I reflashed the image with mtd command, after I scp-ed the binary image.

Flashing OpenWRT router from console

Flashing OpenWRT router from console

How to flash OpenWRT router