I basically live in a hospital;


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Arachno 1D

Sometimes we only find out true self when in deep hardship,keep strong in body and spirit young man.

I wish you all the best for the future.

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flynempire

Welcome and my prayers are with you! Stay strong~!

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typu

hi and welcome. i hope you can find a long term perspective that enables you to enjoy life what it is. a path from birth to death filled with all sorts of abnormalities, challenges and chances. it is truely up to us what we do with it.

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537

Welcome, also i did read your story. Really touching to be honest! Good luck in the future and enjoy the forums :)

Thanks a lot!

Yup, it does answer my question.

 

EDIT: Also, welcome to neowin!

Thank you.

 

Hey, Welcome to Neowin.

 

Great website. http://www.paralyzedfighter.com/

Thanks a lot.

 

Welcome to Neowin man, Thailand eh? That place is high on my list of places I want to see.

Yeah, except I haven't seen it yet, hopefully when I walk, one day!

 

Welcome to Neowin. I read your story, and was reminded of Pekka Hyysalo, who is also rehabilitating from a similar situation (serious skiing accident a few years back). His blog can be found from http://www.pekkahyysalo.com - I am linking it in the hope of you finding it useful.

Beautiful. I'll take a look. Thanks.

 

Welcome, I read your story on http://www.paralyzedfighter.com/ and wow... stay strong dude (Y)

Thanks, buddy!

 

Welcome and good luck with your rehabilitation

Thank you!

 

Sometimes we only find out true self when in deep hardship,keep strong in body and spirit young man.

I wish you all the best for the future.

True, wise words. Thanks.

 

Welcome and my prayers are with you! Stay strong~!

Thank you.

 

hi and welcome. i hope you can find a long term perspective that enables you to enjoy life what it is. a path from birth to death filled with all sorts of abnormalities, challenges and chances. it is truely up to us what we do with it.

Indeed. Thanks a lot.
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Xahid

Welcome & Stay strong, you are doing better :)

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Nick H.

I just read about the accident. How unfortunate!

Regarding the issue with typing using only your thumbs, have you thought about a voice-to-text program?

Anyway, welcome to Neowin. See you around the forum. (Y)

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I just read about the accident. How unfortunate!

Regarding the issue with typing using only your thumbs, have you thought about a voice-to-text program?

Anyway, welcome to Neowin. See you around the forum. (Y)

That'd be tiring. Lots of misspellings and words you never even said, lol.

Thank you.

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TAZMINATOR

Stay strong and good luck.

 

Wish the best recovery.

 

and welcome to Neowin.  :D

 

 

Keep us posted about any changes.

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Praetor

Welcome to Neowin, hope you will get a few laughs and smiles from the quirks of computer annoyances we all have and share, so you can have your moment of pleasure per day. And continue to fight! (Y)

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+Raze

Welcome to Neowin, Khalid!   (Y)

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DocM

Welcome to NeoWin from Michigan, USA Khalid!

There are a few of us here with physical disabilities, so we "get" it. Chin up and keep fighting!!

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xendrome

Might I suggest Dragon Software's - http://www.nuance.com/dragon/index.htm

 

This might be a lot of help for you to just be able to speak instead of use your thumbs, as long as you don't have any vocal damage/disability as a result of your accident.

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Arachno 1D

There are a few of us here with physical disabilities,

And a few with mental ones..........Just joking  :laugh:  :woot:  :rolleyes: 

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Bryan R.

I can see through the words you use and know they're genuine. Welcome, best wishes, and good luck to you.

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537

Stay strong and good luck.

 

Wish the best recovery.

 

and welcome to Neowin.  :D

 

 

Keep us posted about any changes.

Thank you. I updated my blog a few times. http://paralyzedfighter.com/

I also was on TV, had a small interview with AJE!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBS7UVyM-mw&feature=youtu.be

 

Welcome to Neowin, hope you will get a few laughs and smiles from the quirks of computer annoyances we all have and share, so you can have your moment of pleasure per day. And continue to fight! (Y)

Thanks, buddy!

 

Welcome to Neowin, Khalid!   (Y)

Thank you, Randy.

Welcome to NeoWin from Michigan, USA Khalid!

There are a few of us here with physical disabilities, so we "get" it. Chin up and keep fighting!!

Thank you!

Might I suggest Dragon Software's - http://www.nuance.com/dragon/index.htm

 

This might be a lot of help for you to just be able to speak instead of use your thumbs, as long as you don't have any vocal damage/disability as a result of your accident.

I tried stuff like that before like on my iPhone, it does work, it's just never accurate. Many wrong words, mistakes, etc., even though I speak English quite fluently with a perfect American accent, but still. Perhaps typing is better, since it'll be some sort of practice for me.

 

And a few with mental ones..........Just joking  :laugh:  :woot:  :rolleyes:

No worries, I myself am mental... Well, sometimes.

 

I can see through the words you use and know they're genuine. Welcome, best wishes, and good luck to you.

Thank you.

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riahc3

Hello,

Welcome and my prayers are with you! Stay strong~!

Im scared of typing something that might get me in trouble so Ill just quote this...

 

 

Regarding the issue with typing using only your thumbs, have you thought about a voice-to-text program?

Good suggestion.

Another possibility is using a smartdevice (maybe a phone) where thumbtyping is very common, you can connect it to your PC using Bluetooth tech and have a better keyboard.

Later cant the Leap be used as also a invisible keyboard?

Good luck

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chrisj1968

welcome, I know about visiting hospitals all too well. longest I am able to stay away from the ER is 10days. that's my record

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Kreuger

Welcome to Neowin. Your story is inspiring. Stay strong!

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123456789A

Just heard about your story, keep up the fight.

 

Surprised to see so many others on here also are no strangers to hospitals. Myself included.

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macoman

Welcome and continue been strong.

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Shiranui

Good to hear you are making progress.

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The Evil Overlord

Shiranui actually made a great point

 

How are you holding up at this time?

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