In Morse Code, a series of dots and dashes, everyone has their own voice. No two people can employ the same timing and length, it is something that is done unconsciously and truly can not be duplicated. That voice, a fist
as they call it which was used to track military around Europe, can be seen as your own personal dialect, your own mouse trail. Each of us has our own fist in design, a style, that we can not help but radiant. This can sometimes lead to problems, when it creates monotony and comfort. Just how hard do we have to work to ensure that we are not simply repeating ourselves over and over again in a series of dots and dashes? How far can we ever really get from our fist?