3 Sites to Learn How to Type Faster for Free

You can be more productive and get things done quicker if you don’t need to look at the keyboard to find the letters you want to type. The technique is called touch typing and it is all about the idea that each finger has its own area on the keyboard, and you can learn their location through muscle memory. Ready to try it? Here are 3 sites that will teach you how to type faster in no time.

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Commas can make or break transcription (or the case of the $10 million comma)

Commas can make or break transcription - ATC Blog
Oakie, Oakhurst’s loveable mascot, seen here seemingly succumbing to exhaustion with a world-weary smile and an absent gaze. Unknown whether overtime was a factor.

In which we ponder how an antiquated Maine labor law, a class-action lawsuit, and a controversial bit of punctuation can make the national news.

Recently, my wife forwarded me a New York Times article about a lawsuit in my home state of Maine. This isn’t a common occurrence, for how often does one really lend much thought to labor disputes in their hometown? But this one had a special flavor to it, that speaks to the risk inherent in subpar transcription.

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