I have also gotten used to the flatter keyboards, but I must admit they are hard to use!
I don't even venture to think about virtual or touch screen keyboards. My interaction with them has been limited, although I know it will increase as that technology, like chiclet keyboards will also become more widespread.
I guess one of the takeaways here is that as technology evolves, we have to get used to it, or resort to "old school" ways like hooking up a traditional desktop keyboard to your laptop. But who really wants to do that?
You're absolutely correct. Discussing country music does reveal class prejudices. So does discussing rap music, which I hate even more than country music. I prefer soft rock, folk, new age and classical.
I am also prejudiced against chicklet keyboards (and touch screen keyboards), and that might get me in hot water with Apple users.
Funny you say that, B. I recall seeing conferederate flag stickers on trucks in Acadian towns in Nova Scotia. I don't believe the Canadians get the full impact of what that flag signifies. Perhaps they think it's just a sign of their roots in Cajun culture down south. Blissful ignorance.
Speaking of class prejudices, I often listen to the BBC where some of the most unlikely DJs blithely play US country music, You just know that they are totally unaware of all the subtexts in the lyrics that are making me cringe.
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