The designer, Enrico Dini, is even talking with various organizations about making the printer compatible with moon dust, paying the way for an instant moonbase!"
He's paying for it? Is Mr. Dini some sort of James Bond villain? (I think it could of meant paving the way.)
Looking over at my wife's Qwerty, A and S are are close.
Dvorak doesn't stop mistakes like that!
(3) at least one study indicates that placing commonly used keys far apart, as with the QWERTY, actually speeds typing, since you frequently alternate hands[.]
That sounds backwards. A Dvorak has, for example, A and S on opposite sides of the keyboard. In fact, all the vowels are on the left side of the home row. And all of your most popular consonants are the other side.
Looking over at my wife's Qwerty, A and S are are close. So are E and R.
[This is off topic in regards to the above quote] Please realize that there's hardly anyone that just types Dvorak. Those that have two weeks to learn the new layout type both Qwerty and Dvorak! Your Qwerty speed can't go down, unless you neglect Qwerty entirely for years.
Just put a timer on the buttons that won't let them click it for 10 seconds [like Firefox's plugin install method]
That's kinda neat. I thought it was allowing time for Firefox to download the plugin or somesuch. Had me fooled, to their credit.
Bwhen some idiot is breaking the rules to install some sort of software that they're already not allowed to install...
What sort of rules are you talking about exactly?
UNIX was not designed to stop you from doing stupid things, because that would also stop you from doing clever things. -- Doug Gwyn