If you're reading this, chances are you've got a keyboard in front of you. Whether it exists in physical form or in an on-screen capacity, the keyboard has revolutionized the way we communicate and input large amounts of information into a digital device. For many users, QWERTY is the only keyboard layout they know.
Alternative keyboard layouts, including Dvorak and Maltron, challenge the aging QWERTY interface by moving letters around in a way that requires less motion and strain to form otherwise simple and common words. Could these layouts overtake QWERTY as future generations of computer users seek out easier ways to input information into their computers, or is the keyboard destined to vanish entirely in favor of an entirely different type of input device before that happens?http://lockergnome.comhttp://twitter.com/ChrisPirillohttp://facebook.com/chrisPiirllo