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The ultimate way to compose is to be able to keyboard as fast as you can think. This is not easy to do, but your goal should be at least to develop the ability to think of the word and have the appropriate fingers tap the appropriate keys without interrupting the thinking process so your thoughts can flow onto the screen.
— Keyboarding Made Simple (1985) (book) by Leigh E. Zeitz, Ph.D.
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