04 May 2012 @ 04:15 am
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[And it goes on like that for a while, until someone hits the video feed. Oh, hi there. It's a man with brown hair tied back in a ribbon. He looks quite frustrated.]

-of a confernal contraption! The Dwemer can keep their blasted constructs!

hold on lemme put on my ~serious typing mode~ for this

Hello there, fellow residents of the tower!  ( ´ ▽ ` )ノ My name is Sayaka Miki, and I'm here to teach you how to use a computer.

If you can see this, congratulations! You've already mastered the steps of reading and looking at a screen, and of  navigating your way TO this handy guide.

First, let's cover the common mistakes.

1 - No, there aren't people inside the strange little box! I know, I know.

2 - Yes, it really does relish your cries of frustration when you fail at using it. That's a computer's secondary power source.

3 - Do you see a key that says "Shift?" There are two of them, and (via holding one down while pressing another key) they let you Use Proper Capitals and access some other c**| $ymb@|$.

4 - There's a really big blank key. That's what you do to keep yourwordsfromlookinglikethis. Hold           it          down         to        get       more      space!

5 - That weird red squiggle that pops up sometimes? That means you've spelled something wrong.

And here's a special rule from a guest speaker:

"Don't forget the magic of the goddamn punctuation keys.

That dot on the keyboard? That's how you end a sentence. That question mark on the keyboard? That's how you ask a question. You know, like a normal person."

That's all I can think of for now - but I'll be editing this! After all, it's for everyone's benefit~.