The Pristine Design Of the Mac Interface
A few days ago, I posted The Immaculate Perception Of The Mac – A Blessing and A Curse, pointing out that the pristine design and the congruent image associated with iPods and Macs can indeed be both a blessing and a curse, concluding that sometimes pristine is actually just prissy.
Nonetheless, I am compelled to admit that the Mac’s keyboard and touchpad are pretty slick.
And only yesterday, I discovered a built-in functional feature of the keyboard that, as far as I can determine, appears to be undocumented; consequently, I’m sharing it here.
The Keyboard That Makes You Say “Gee” – Twice
Check it out yourself.1
- There is, no doubt, a reasonably funny, semi-smutty joke (i.e., mainstream filler for this blog) to be made about fingering an extra G-spot, but, well, it’s just too easy. [↩]