Typey Type custom lessons
Typey Type is a practise site for stenotype typists. If you don't know what stenotype, or Plover is, it's the method used for closed/open captioning (subtitles) and realtime courtroom transcriptions. Where you may be used to a 'qwerty' layout keyboard with anywhere from 60-110 keys, a stenotype machine has 25-36 keys, and they're played in chords, like a musical keyboard, with each depression of a chord of keys signifying a word (or partial word).
To put some of this together, I've used Plover dictionary lookup tool.
From what I've seen, most people take months or years to learn stenotype. I'm (initially) trying to pick it up in a month, with only a short amount of practise at the beginning of each day. Because of this, I'm going to be trying to think about how to speed up the learning process, and a lot of the beginning lessons here are going to be