Heaven: only nose

Oracle has released a training video showing how easy it is to install one of their databases. They use a man in a straitjacket pressing the keys with his proboscis rather than a quadriplegic using a mouthstick, but the idea is the same. Interesting, but not original; a full generation ago, Alan Brightman made Apple engineers put their hands in their pockets and try to type a memo using a mouth-held pencil, resulting in the high out-of-the-box accessibility level of those original Macintoshes.

YouTube: Unconventional Oracle Installation (part 1)

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