Maybe this has been covered and I was absent that day, but it’s driven me nuts for years:
Why are the numeric key pads on the phone and on your computer the reverse. Look at yours. Ever notice it?
The phones top line is 1-2-3. The computer pad is 7-8-9. I can key in a wild variety of numbers on my computer without looking at my fingers and not make a mistake, but cannot dial a phone without looking at the numbers.
Why the difference? Is it a conspiracy between Ma Bell and the computer industry?
Some one end my misery, please.
The early bird gets the worm but it’s the second mouse that gets the cheese.