Yes, typing works. This is something that I often have to remind myself or remind others. As I type, I am constantly thinking about what I am typing and why. It is very similar to when we talk to our children: I hear them in their heads, and I want to help them have a good long conversation. But as soon as I press the “send” key, I instantly stop and think, “Oh, I have to go right now.
As I type I feel very aware of what I am typing. Although it is often distracting, it is not a bad thing either. It is just that we don’t often have a good conversation about what we’re typing. Instead we have a good conversation about why we are typing. I have never been able to explain why I type, but when I read books it is usually because it is there to capture the author’s voice. It is also quite a distraction.
This is the problem with most web-based services. The most important thing to realize is that if you want to type, it’s very hard to stay off the keyboard. It’s like trying to sit still and remain unconscious. I mean I could sit there and type, but I’m not really sure if I’d be able to remember what I was typing. So it is more like I type because I have to.
Although I do not believe typing helps you retain information, I do believe it does help you remember things. When I was younger, I used to be able to remember the names of my friends and the names of the people I had dated. Now I can hardly remember the names of the people I have known in the past twenty years.
I was going to give you a much more concrete example, but it is important to keep in mind that the very act of typing does not necessarily improve your ability to remember things. To better understand this, consider that you are probably using your computer much more than you had in the past. The computers we use now are so much easier to type on (and to remember) than they were in the early 1980s.
Now, we are not saying typing is useless. In fact, it is a great way to use your computer. Type up a few sentences or paragraphs and you will likely be surprised at how much information you can acquire through simple tasks. In fact, research from Microsoft shows that people who type the most at work do the best at work. So it is not completely useless if we can achieve the same results through typing.
In the early 1980s, we were using typewriters to type out our daily to do lists. That may sound odd to you, but I actually remember typing out my to do lists after every meal. That was the most productive way to use a typewriter because you were forced to use it to make a list. Now that we are more mobile, this task has been made easier through technology.
This is all true, but it does get a little technical, and typing is actually an art form. The main reason people use a computer is because it is easier to type and because they can type more. I would not say typing is the same as writing, but typing does require some concentration.
The good thing about using a computer is it’s hard to type on a computer. But typing on a phone, tablet, or other device is much easier. While it is true to say you can type on a computer, you still have to use your fingers to type. If you have to use a keyboard, you are using a keyboard and there are no fingers to use.
This is true, but when you type on a computer, you use your brain. With a tablet, you can still use your fingers (or your thumb) to type but your brain has to be in front of the screen. When you type on a phone, tablet, or other device, you use your brain and fingers.