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VAX 4000 m500A problem
Well, it seemed appropriate to have a VAX in a car labeled PDP11, yeah. I managed to get it out of the car and up the...
But I liked the 33 keyboard and got used to its rythm. If your finger got to a key before it was time to send the character (and this usually happened with words like "the" and "and" that my touch typing skill had "learned" real well and that had a switch of hand between each letter), the key would resist being pushed. Now you could force (and break) the keyboard, but there was a certain range of pressure which would not lock up the keyboard and when the distributor came around, the key would "fall away" from your finger nicely. I got quite used to this and came to like it. I also thought the 33 keyboard had a fairly good "feel", particularly when compared to the IBM 2741 which I detested. Now, of course, I learned to type on a manual typewriter, none of these new fangled electrical things and so was used to having to put a certain amount of force into it and used to controlling the amount of force as this affected the print quality on a manual typewriter. As I sit here typing this on a laptop, I'm not sure I could do it anymore as well. I haven't used a manual typewriter in years. Ah the good ole daze....
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