A Writer Stops for Nothing

I was so eager to finish the first draft of the Lazy Designer II that even a faulty keyboard could not stop me.

Have you spotted the problem yet :)

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  • http://twitter.com/jordanellinger Jordan Ellinger

    Thr’s no ‘ ‘ ky?

  • http://blog.brentknowles.com Brent Knowles

    Corr’ct!

  • http://blog.brentknowles.com Brent Knowles

    The ‘e’ key started sticking during writing  so I ripped it off and shoved another key in its place.

    Bizarrely, my replacement key works fines as an ‘e’ AND the ‘e’ key, which I put in the other key’s place also works fine now.

  • http://twitter.com/jordanellinger Jordan Ellinger

    Wird. I wondr what th problm was?

  • http://twitter.com/writerrat Laurie Tom

    As long as you know it’s the “e” and the computer knows that it’s the “e” I guess that’s all that matters. :)

  • http://blog.brentknowles.com Brent Knowles

    We’ll see what happens after more keys fail. It could start to become confusing.

  • Bill Ward

    Be careful, you know how writers can get superstitious. You may very well find yourself popping and swapping keys on every new keyboard you get as part of some strange ritual logic….

  • http://blog.brentknowles.com Brent Knowles

    Uh oh. That would be bad. I could imagine myself going into a new store for a keyboard and shuffling the keys around to get a feel for it before the purchase.
    I’m sure that would go over well.

  • http://twitter.com/MediumTedora Tedora

    :-))) very *nice*

  • Artrotter99

    If I see right , you have a “dot” between W and R . it should be E

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=602538773 Emily Veinglory

    I’ve had to replace a few keys in my time too ;)

  • http://blog.brentknowles.com Brent Knowles

    Yep, the ‘e’ key failed me in my most desperate hour.

  • http://twitter.com/mgilstrap19 Michelle Gilstrap

    My current Keyboard at work looks very similar. Many keys are wiped out.

  • http://twitter.com/lastbabyboomer Dan Stepel

    Georges Perec
    once wrote an entire novel without the letter E.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Void

  • http://www.facebook.com/detlev.artelt Detlev Artelt

    use more speech recognition. It’s much easier to write – or let say, to speak – books

  • http://twitter.com/iopsychguy Jason Flaugh

    I have found speech recognition in Windows 7 to work rather well, although sometimes it does get “confused.”

  • http://blog.brentknowles.com Brent Knowles

    I have never had any success with speech recognition, even on Windows 7. Maybe about 50% accuracy.

  • http://blog.brentknowles.com Brent Knowles

    Wow.

  • Laura Sykes

    All I know is from the scrabble board – ‘E’ only gets you one point, but there are more of this letter than any other!

  • Vicki

    Missing E!

  • Lindy

    I’m missing a ‘5’ on one of my keyboards.  We adapt, don’t we?

  • http://www.facebook.com/ronromero23 Ron Romero

    Hi Br*nt, I didn’t s** anything that s**ms out of plac*.

  • http://blog.brentknowles.com Brent Knowles

    Haha!

  • http://blog.brentknowles.com Brent Knowles

    Yes it is a very important letter.

  • http://blog.brentknowles.com Brent Knowles

    Yep, very true.

  • http://twitter.com/EmmanuelGonot Emmanuel Gonot

    You hav a problm thr Brnt. :)

  • http://twitter.com/BewitchedSalem bewitched in salem

    It must have sacrificed the E key just to slow you down a bit and relish your accomplishments……….

    I think the real question that needs to be answered is how far did you get before noticing the faulty E key?

  • chada

    Damn *k*y. When you want to typ* an* you g*t an *!  Sh**sh!

  • http://blog.brentknowles.com Brent Knowles

    Actually the key still worked it was just sticky. I can type pretty fast and because it was stuck it was slowing me down. So I got angry at it.

  • http://twitter.com/confluencemedia Elza van Swieten

    wh.r. is th. .?