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R.C. Cassingham has put out a book on the Dvorak keyboard. He also has a
web site where you can learn a bit more about the layout: http://www2.freecom.com/true/dvorak.html. I haven't switched over and am
probably not going to out of attachment to the old way, but Randy told me
he has increased his typing to over 100 words/minute- which increases the
amount of money he can make. He has also informed me that he can not
change back to the other keyboard. His fingers have forgotten the keys.