Designer Marcin Wichary has created an online Typewriter Simulator that offers users a glimpse into the bygone era of word processing. Accompanying Wichary’s Kickstarter project for his book Shift Happens, the simulator lets users experience the realistic clacking sounds of a vintage typewriter and explore the intricacies of overtyping, rotating paper, and setting margins.
Do you ever wonder about the history of keyboards? How did we get from typewriters to modern computers and phones? And why does QWERTY still look the same after 150 years? If you’re intrigued by these questions, then you’ll be excited to know that a new book called “Shift Happens” is coming out soon.
Karen Jacobsen, an Australian singer and voiceover artist, has become an indelible part of our daily routines. Her voice a constant guide to navigate us through unfamiliar territories. Having recorded more than 50 hours of audio in 2002, she became the original voice of GPS, with her voice shaping the way we understand and interact with technology today.
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