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Devanagari text was set initially with Baraha Direct, part of the Baraha text-setting suite for Indic scripts. Baraha provides easy text-setting of Indic languages to encourage the use of Indian languages in computer programs and ensure that these languages are not left behind in the modern day. In this vein, the program is provided as freeware. You can download it at www.baraha.com. (The rest of the Devanagari has been generated by computer through a PHP-based transliteration engine.)

All English text was set with the Dvorak Simplified Keyboard, which was created more than 70 years ago for faster and more comfortable typing. For more information, you can read The Dvorak Zine, an introduction to the layout in comic form. Or, for a more traditional introduction, you can visit the Dvorak Simplified Keyboard article on Wikipedia.

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