gtypist (technically “GNU Typist”) is a fantastic tool for learning / practising typing.
It’s been around for a while and that shows in some of its commonly packaged lessons (it’s 2017, automatic linewrap is a thing, two spaces after a full stop less so) but it does what it needs to, and is readily available and easy to use.
Hi, my name is Kristian, I've been using a computer for over 25 years and until this month basically only typed with two fingers https://t.co/YGkmtEnjhU— Kristian Glass (@doismellburning) February 26, 2017
The ad-hoc two-finger method I’ve used up ‘til now has served me remarkaby well, but my recent Ergodox purchase has prompted me to spend some time learning it “properly”!
*Why* did I think blank key caps was a good idea when I can't touch type on a normal keyboard... pic.twitter.com/SFGVM1exRt— Kristian Glass (@doismellburning) February 13, 2017