Back in the day I swapped the keys on my 12" powerbook keyboard around to read
macgenius across the middle row.
I unearthed the picture, and figured, why not do it to my apple aluminium keyboard? So I found a tutorial from some other guy that'd done it, and dug out my penknife.
After that I decided to rearrange the macbook internal keyboard as well. First I googled around to make sure lifting the keys was the same as doing it on the external keyboard (which it appeared to be), then I went ahead and rearranged them as well.
So whilst I was wondering what to do about it, my mother emailed me and suggested using
ontherails instead of
macgenius. So I did, and now the top row reads
ontherails on the macbooks' internal keyboard.
All pictures are licenced under Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic licence and the above pictures, plus some in progress shots, are available in my Keyboard Modifications flickr set.
Interesting email arrived in my inbox today. I attended BarCamp Leeds in late 2007 and whilst I was there I happened to take some pictures (as I am apt to do these days.)
Anyway, I was rather happy to see that at least one picture isn't just stagnating in my flickr stream:
I am delighted to let you know that one of your photos with
a Creative Commons license has been selected for inclusion
in the newly released fourth edition of our Schmap Leeds
Original Picture on flickr