There's been a lot of talk about this 'alt-right' stuff. So I figured, why not talk about it. So I'm not going to pretend to know all about this alt right thing, but I did a little research and I feel like I know enough to make a post about it.
So apparently, this whole thing is about how if you hold down the alt key and your right arrow key in you web-browser, it goes forward one page. I guess that's interesting. But if you press the windows key then the right arrow it snaps your window to the right half of the screen. That's more interesting to me. This windows right 'movement' is what people should really be talking about.
I'm going to be honest with you guys. That doesn't seem like a big deal to me... It's just basically a fancy way to hit the forward button. I don't really understand why some many people are so upset about this. It's a neat little trick, but I don't know if it deserves all of the attention that it's getting. But, there it is, now you know.
Okay, I have been informed that apparently this alt right thing people are talking about isn't about keyboard hotkeys and it's actually about some political 'white nationalist'-esque movement. That's really not funny though, and I would rather keep my keyboard shortcut post then waste my time writing about a bunch of angry neo nazi type fake news writers.