LabSetup (November 11, 2003, 0) - I’ve successfully installed Linux onto the main computer, but I’m
still having problems with the workstation – to wit, the mouse is just
First of all, it’s a serial mouse, not a PS/2 mouse. Second, gpm and X
both freeze. It’s weird! X displays happily. No keyboard input, no
mouse motion, nothing – not even Ctrl-Alt-Backspace! I have to
Wearable ring mouse (February 9, 2004, 0) - Jonas Meyer on firstname.lastname@example.org:
Does anyone have any experience with the Bosswave FinRing, out of
Taiwan? It’s a little mouse that you wear on your index finger like a
ring, and you operate by tilting and pressing the buttons with your
thumb. It’s wireless, and has a little usb receiver, which they claim
acts like a standard usb
Rabbit-holes of awesome (January 14, 2010, 0) -
Interests can be rabbit-holes of awesome. There’s no telling how deep they run.
One of the things I love about exploring interests is getting inspired by people who are passionate about them. Book-binding, for example—there are people who are very geeky about book-binding. Same goes for photography, sewing, gardening, and all sorts of other good
dasher and jogdial? (March 24, 2003, 0) - I wonder if there’s any way of getting dasher to work with the Sony
jogdial. That might be a nice input method I can use when I’ve got my
left thumb on the mouse buttons and my right thumb on the mouse or jog
Annoyed (November 6, 2006, 0) - I was this close to buying a laptop mouse at the University of Toronto
computer shop. I’d picked out an intriguing mouse/trackball. I was
reasonably certain that it was going to behave like a regular mouse,
but I don’t like taking chances with hardware.
I asked about demo models. None. Return policy? Final sale.
I can understand their reluctance to