Anyway, I recently upgraded these machines from LOOSEdows to Linux and you'd think I set the place on fire there was so much screaming. "We can't get to our patients records!" and "WHAT THE HELL DID YOU DO TO OUR COMPUTERS??" were all I heard from the nurses and receptionist that day. OK, first of all, I improved them. Second of all, didn't you see the helpful little cheatsheets I put by the keyboard? It shows how to start emacs, has little reminders about ctrl-a, ctrl-d, etc. They should be able to do basic patient record editing using these commands and once they are used to it they can even write macros.
After they calmed down a little and opened up to the idea of upgrading, they started asking me where their patient records actually were. Look, I'm the computer guy, not a filing clerk
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