Friday, November 20, 2009


Stroke Notation: IIII IIII  II

By the way, in order to avoid any misunderstandings from a middle finger being extended, I have learned to, instead of extending it, rest it over top of my thumb muscle. That way, it is still "out", whereas my index finger and ring finger (representing "two" and "eight" respectively) are neatly "tucked in" underneath my thumb muscle. I have also begun employing a colour scheme.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Youtube Video!

Binary Finger Counting from One to Thirty-One Youtube Video

I have been wanting to post a video like this for a very long time, and at last have been granted my desire!



Stroke notation: IIII IIII  I

Thursday, November 12, 2009


So, our thumb pulled in was one, our index finger pulled in was two, our middle finger pulled in was four, our ring finger pulled in was eight. Any guesses as to where all this is heading for our little finger?...

Monday, November 2, 2009


Stroke notation: IIII II I

Please note: this is simply: 4 (IIII), plus 2 (II), plus 1 (I). (Please refer to images for four, two, and one, respectively, below.