Post by Cheesemaster IV on Jan 22, 2008 16:31:50 GMT -5
Do you feel that you could have moved your hands, keystroke by keystroke, across the globe twice every day? Interested in finding out just how much you type a day?
Well then welcome to the WhatPulse homepage. This website <-> software combination is the best way of keeping track of your keystrokes.
So yeah, I just joined this website/downloaded this program called WhatPulse. It's pretty neat, it keeps track of how many keystrokes you've made, how many clicks you've done, and how far you've moved your mouse.
Basically, you just create an account and download/install the program. The program will keep track of your keystrokes/clicks/mouse moves. You can double click on the icon, or click on "Pulse" (You can change this, and you can also set it to automatically do it every certain amount of time, or number of keystrokes in the options menu), which resets the counters, and sends the results to the website, where your account is updated.
I just started today, so I'm in like 104,000th place, so maybe we could have a contest or something. We could even make an XF team (teams work like groups on alexadex), and yeah, it would be pretty cool.
Post by Cheesemaster IV on Jan 22, 2008 23:31:50 GMT -5
This is INTENSE. With the program, you can keep track of how many times each key has been pressed, and there's this epic battle between the Space Bar and Backspace for first place. I've been checking every few hours or so, and they've been like within 10 of eachother, with Space Bar leading. At the beginning of typing this, Space Bar was leading by only 8, though after typing all this, it's leading by like 90.