Tags: dasher

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New horizons in assistive text entry

I'm writing this entry with Dasher, an extremely cool assistive text-entry program. You sort of fly through the alphabet in the direction of the letters you want, kind of like a videogame. And it's predictive (like your phone's SMS entry system, only better): letters that are more probable get bigger areas to fly into, so they're easier to hit. Check it out -- it's a free download, and there's even a Java demo on the website!

In other news, now that the semester is over, I'm looking for a job so I can join collwen in Albany. Anyone got any leads on Web-development or music jobs in the Capital District?