Super random out of the blue because-i-dont-have-nail-polish-on-project
That last finger has white (which was an old nail polish so it kind of had a whip cream consistency) but it's ruined so I didn't bother putting it on the other nails
The super straight french tip was, for the first time, not done by scotch tape. Haha! I was actually able to use the french tip guides I bought from Etude House. One thing though, when it's left too long on the nail before pulling it out, there's some sticker residue.
I've always wondered if pianists were better typers than those like me who work with computers all the time. I mean, they memorize long pieces and play it without flaw. Can they translate that for, let's say, typing a paragraph?
I guess some stuff to point out are:
1. Both hands work fast
(and even faster for pianists playing 16th notes, I guess)
2. Both press in more than one level
(I mean, black keys are placed higher than white and letters on a keyboard are separated into three levels)
3. Pianists go a long way left and right while typers just... stay put
3. Both press memorized (?) pieces
(and that's a question mark because I dunno if typing what I want to say is the same as typing what was memorized)
Ooookay. I should go back to work now. Haha.
P.s. Is a wallet called a wallet because it's like creating a 'wall' around your money? j/k