I have just finished writing a review of Charles Stross's Saturn's Children, which is a deliberate tribute to the works of Robert A. Heinlein, which means typing "Heinlien" quite a lot. And I can't do it. My fingers have taken an active dislike to his name. These were the fingers that had to turn the pages of Hienlein's Number of the Beast, so they may have a point. Except that I'm not that good on "Storss" either.
Nor am I great (from a random sample of memory) on:
pout (as in down)
My handwriting, which was never great to start with, went completely to pot when I took up typing. Now my typing is going the same way. Please will someone invent some decent voice-, or even better thought-recongition sofwtare.