The "QWERTY Effect" is changing what words mean to us

Back in the 1870s, a newspaper editor named Christopher Latham Sholes rearranged the letters on typewriters so that the keys would stop jamming. The result was the QWERTY keyboard... and his innovation has actually fundamentally altered how we think about words. » 3/08/12 1:26pm 3/08/12 1:26pm

I Want My Keyboard To Merge With My Hands

If only it were an implant. This soft, foldable key interface molds to your hand and represents the future of RSI-proof typing. If I can't have my EEG-controlled keyboard, I want one of these. » 11/19/07 12:00pm 11/19/07 12:00pm