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2014-12-05 23:01:14

Ultimate Typing™ has been collecting highly positive reviews for its features and tools that help people improve their typing efficiency with little effort and in less time.

2014-11-30 23:01:41

eReflect salutes the group The Verge for their video titled “A Chorus of Keys.” This orchestrated video performance that honors iconic keyboards like IBM’s Model M Keyboard gives viewers

2014-11-27 23:02:23

Software designer eReflect reveals the 3 main benefits of keyboarding and urges people to learn how to keyboard with greater speed and accuracy. New York City,

2014-11-20 23:02:52

eReflect, designer of the Ultimate Typing™ program, explains why keyboarding is an essential tech skill for elementary students.

2014-11-16 23:00:36

eReflect is reaching out to the computer geeks and tech-lovers among its readership with a series of fun, tech-related illustrations and memes. New York City,

2014-11-13 23:03:02

Could touch typing qualify as a memory boosting activity? eReflect answers this question in the latest blog post on the Ultimate Typing™ official website. New

2014-11-09 23:00:18

Always Review, a research and review organization that evaluates software, hardware, and everything in between, recommends Ultimate Typing™ to the public as a reliable tool for learning how

2014-11-05 23:01:18

How have Big Data, Analytics, the Cloud, and the Social/Mobile concepts changed how people tackle computer-based tasks? eReflect answers a pressing question every technology user poses.

2014-10-30 23:02:06

Touch typing is a tech skill that can improve a person’s life in multiple ways, as eReflect, designer of the Ultimate Typing™ program, explains in a new article. New

2014-10-26 23:00:28

Should all schools offer keyboarding classes to their students, especially younger ones? eReflect, designer of Ultimate Typing™, says 'yes' to this question in a new blog post.


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