The PBS station that covers the San Francisco area did a piece on Matt Mullenweg that’s worth watching:
WordCamp San Francisco was really awesome (I just got back tonight after an extended stay in SF). The highlight for me was Matt’s “State of the Word” speech:
Oh boy, what have I gotten myself into?
Matt Mullenweg has been preaching the benefits of Dvorak for many years now. After his latest sermon, I decided it was finally time that I give it a go. I’m only using Dvorak here and there as it murders my WPM (I type like a letter per 5 seconds — this post took forever to write), but I did rearrange my keyboard keys to help me out:
(The F and J keys on my keyboard have their connectors turned 90 degrees, so they and the keys that replace them had to be rotated.)
Currently I type with only 2 or so fingers (hunt and peck without the hunting), so I’m hoping that switching to home row Dvorak will be better on my hands even though home row is really uncomfortable. We’ll see.