Whoever creates a software program that can accurately transcribe audio will be a very wealthy person.
I've been typing a lot lately, and I realised that I may not be typing properly with my right hand.
Y U I O P
H J K L
15 letters with my left hand, 11 letters with my right. Even though it rests on the colon key, I only use my right pinky finger to type apostrophes and quotation marks.
In high school, I did not align my IBM Aptiva Stealth's keyboard with its monitor, so over time, my right fingers began defaulting to the J-I-O-P keys instead of the J-K-L-colon keys. I re-trained my right fingers to default to the J-K-L-colon keys in college, but I may not have fixed everything.
My right fingers frequently feel garbled and cramped when I type for example, when I type the word "responsibility."
Maybe it's just a difficult word to type, though. I just typed "responsibility" 10 times fast and only typed it correctly once.
When I type "responsibility," I hit both the P and O keys with my ring finger, but when I type "people," I hit the P key with my ring finger and the O key with my middle finger.
When I type "qwest," I hit both the Q and W keys with my left ring finger, but when I type…uhh…"qawwal," I still hit both the Q and W keys with my ring finger.
"Bawwaqe" another difficult word to type.
In high school, I noticed that I held pens and pencils with four fingers and re-trained myself to hold them with a tripod grip because I couldn't ridicule people who held pens and pencils with a thumb wrapped around other fingers if I couldn't hold a pen or pencil properly myself.