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Left handed gaming mice
“We” left handed folk have come a long way.
Way back then, 50-60 years ago being left handed was not an option.
I remember stories being told about physical punishment in school for being left handed.
You would get a few painful slaps with a ruler for choosing to write with left.
These days schools are not allowed to do such a thing and left natured people are not shunned anymore.
Ok, this was the first victory, now the next issue.
Change? or still a struggle
Now society hasn’t adapted fully to the whole lefty situation.
Cars, scissors, college lecture hall desks, can openers, three or four ringed binders etc.
All these things and more are made for the dominated right handed society.
No problem, there is only an estimated 10-13% of the world population being left handed, gifted if you ask me.
The things that bothers us the most is that there are no other options, or not enough.
Looking for left handed scissors ? You might visit a store or 2-3 before you finally find one.
Or worst, having to order them online.
Well the same thing is happening with left handed gaming mice.
A few facts
- Better at multi-tasking
- More likely to be on extreme poles of the intelligence scale
- Recover from strokes faster
- More likely to pursue creative careers
- Left handed college graduates go on to become 26% richer than right handed graduates
- Adjust to seeing underwater quicker
- Nails grow faster on the left hand than the right (hand model for nailpolish anyone?)
- More talented in math, architecture, and spatial awereness
- Advantage in three sports: boxing, fencing and tennis
When there is a plus side, there likely is a down side as well.
Left handed folks tend to be more prone to alcoholism, insomnia for example.
What you want to hear is:
A study published in the journal Neuropsychology in late 2006 suggests that left-handed people are faster at processing multiple stimuli than righties.