I read somewhere that it's good to just write down what comes to mind, and then you go back and edit it...and edit it etcetera. But the focus here is I'm going to gallivant and maybe make sense and maybe not make sense.
I'm going to try to minimally edit, only glaring mistakes, and just write for the thought and what's on my mind. If you like what you're reading, please comment. If you want to gallivant yourself, feel free to. I do vet comments, I'm trying to keep this clean (at least the blog), so be aware.
Sometimes I just want to hear the keys being tapped, and an idea may be squeezed out, so I'll see where this goes.
I was thinking about old clicky keyboards and have a couple, so I was trying to find my PS2 keyboard adaptor--I seem to have lost it--and the last thing I know Windows 10 is not compatible with it yet. Now, I don't know if this is something they were going to include at a later date, so I'll test it. I really like my old IBM (if I remember correctly) clicky keyboards, but I suppose I'll try and see if I can find a new one if worse comes to worse--there seem to be a few good ones out there.
Some like quiet keyboards, and some like them loud. For some reason a loud keyboard just feels like something is getting done. I don't know.
Another thing that's been on my mind is Word for Android. I'm part of the group that gets new builds (at least I think I'm still part of it), and post to the board about things I feel should be in it. One big thing, which hasn't been addressed as of yet, is straight quotes and smart quotes. I keep requesting them, as this is a feature on the Desktop version, and even on the online version of Word. If you have a document that has them already, it just defaults to it. But the mobile Android version doesn't do this. The quotes and apostrophe are slanted instead of straight down. This messes up a few formats when posting to blogs or submitting electronically. Yes, I still us Courier New font.
Well, I guess that's all for now. Talk soon.