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The Indefinite Article.

Wednesday, June 29, 2005


So I coughed up some bucks and purchased a Keningston Track Ball for use at work. Its going to take some getting used to. Also, now I want do find a nice OS X port of Centipede...


  • I still remember how good my old ADB one was. The weight of the ball was like a pool ball which made for great slow movement, but it was set on steel bearings so it would move easily and you could move fast by flicking it. Additionally, Kensington has great mouse software. Mouse acceleration is something that you can set from the operating system--the mouse accelerates faster on the screen than it does physically. With Kensington's software you can set the acceleration level with a curves-like graph to delay or speed up when acceleration kicks in and cut it off above a certain speed.

    By Blogger Adolph, at 11:46 AM  

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