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  • May 21, 2014
    Marcel Fernandes, a 16-year old from Brazil has beaten the world's fastest texting record, typing the 25-word paragraph (seen on the screen above) in only 18.19 seconds, beating the previous record by 0.25 seconds. That's some intense competition! Just not one I'd watch on ES... / Continue →
  • May 16, 2014
    This is the Cthulhuian font created by DeviantARTist StapletonMcTavish. You can actually download the font as a TTF file HERE (link on the far right) and use it to type and print out cryptic messages to your roommates. "Hey GW -- what's this one say?" It says buy more chocol... / Continue →
  • May 6, 2014
    A judge overseeing a custody battle in England has ordered a father to stop emailing his children in all caps because it appears he's yelling. Yes, really. I even double checked the source site to make sure this wasn't some leftover from April Fools'. The world we live in, ... / Continue →
  • March 11, 2014
    This is the functional computer keyboard constructed by Jason Allemann out of nothing but LEGO bricks and the dome-switch circuit board from a donor keyboard. Although whether the keyboard was a WILLING donor remains to be decided by a criminal court. Keep going for a video a... / Continue →
  • February 24, 2014
    This is a shot from Sesame Street Fighter, an HTML5 game you can play in a browser window right HERE. Which character you choose determines the difficulty setting, and have to quickly type the words that show up on screen to attack your opponent and win. The game engine isn't... / Continue →
  • February 14, 2014
    Nice soul patch, E, you look ridiculous. This is a literal typeface created by French artist JC Debroize for graphic design studio Kerozen (where he's the creative director). So he really only made the letters to spell the company's name (E, K, O, N, R and Z) and you can forg... / Continue →
  • April 5, 2013
    This is the Email Guitar, a guitar modded by David Neevel (of OREO creme separating fame) that allows you to create keyboard letter input by playing different musical notes on a guitar. *playing 'Freebird'* Sqpala;a la dkwl e la fllaldka wll a lalca. COOL! WK recently allow... / Continue →
  • September 11, 2012
    My Galaxies is a website that translates text into images of real galaxies that look like the letters. Fun! Don't like the way it turned out? Just hit the 'Try a new combination of galaxies for the same message' button --- there's more than one 'E' galaxy out there you know!... / Continue →
  • June 6, 2012
    WriteWithImages is a website that turns text into images using the first Google Image search result for each word typed. Unfortunately, "the" always gets you that creepy 'Art of the Devil II' movie poster. Which is EXACTLY why I just changed the filename for the picture I use... / Continue →
  • October 27, 2011
    The TouchFire is a clear silicon "tactile' keyboard cover for use with an iPad so you can touch-type without looking with better speed and accuracy. It's a Kickstarter project developed by Steve Isaac and Brad Melon Lemon Melmon, but already at almost 3x its initial financial ... / Continue →
  • September 27, 2011
    Inb4 'that's a chimp not a monkey'. "Is that you, GW?" Is that me what? "In the picture." GOOD ONE, TURDBUCKET. But yes :/ A computer program designed to emulate the infinite monkey theorem (which states that a monkey typing at random for an infinite amount of time will '... / Continue →
  • June 1, 2011
    That's a whole lot of E's (which makes sense considering Geekologie has three and everybody is all "GEEKOLOGIE GEEKOLOGIE GEEKOLOGIE!!" all day long). Created by Michael Knuepfel, the height of each key on the (of course Apple) keyboard is directly related to its usage accordi... / Continue →
  • April 28, 2011
    Simple, you just go to Hackertyper.net, change the custom parameters however see fit, then wait for somebody to start watching over your shoulder. When they do, start pounding away on your keyboard like a child throwing a temper-tantrum, and, PRESTO, lines of code out the ass!... / Continue →
  • December 16, 2010
    British artist Keira Rathbone uses a typewriter to 'type' pictures with the letters, numbers and symbols available. There are a couple closeups of this particular piece after the jump, which are definitely worth checking out. Pretty awesome, right? Now I know what you're thi... / Continue →
  • November 22, 2010
    Trying to visit pr0n sites late at night without your girlfriend waking up? HA -- GIRLFRIEND! Good one, GW. But maybe you need to silence your hunt-and-pecking cubicle-mate before they drive you to stabbing them with a letter opener (I say do it anyways). Enter the $36 Than... / Continue →
  • June 21, 2010
    Pepper Mouth is a little USB peripheral that monitors your typing and releasing a stinky-ass spray if you type dirty words. *poof* WHAT -- because I typed stinky-ass? *poof* Mmmm -- I love a good stink. This first version blasts its obnoxious peppery smell whenever it detec... / Continue →
  • May 17, 2010
    Etsy seller openandclose is selling a $15 set of keyboard decals that -- get this -- make the look like LEGO blocks. Admittedly, I actually kind of want them. Do you want to let your keyboard special? With the high quality printing, our creative sticker will make your Ma... / Continue →
  • April 19, 2010
    NOTE: This ain't the whole thing so you need to beat THIS BUTTON with your cursor like you'd do a dirty rug with a broom handle. Having trouble picking just the write (see what I did there?) typeface for a project? Well fear not, because graphic designer Julian Hansen (Mmmm B... / Continue →
  • February 16, 2010
    The undeniable pinnacle of computer peripherals, the Fast Fingers keyboard is a $20 example of the opposite of that. It does allow you to choose between a standard QWERTY keyboard layout and an alphabetically ordered one though. But is that all? NO SIR, BECAUSE IF YOU ORDER ... / Continue →
  • January 22, 2010
    Using CAPS in text is the typed equivalent of screaming. I do it for emphasis, but my relatives tend to use it because they're stupid and want to make sure the latest "FW: FW: FW: FW: FW: FW: FUNNY ANIMAL PICTURES" chain email they've sent really grabs my attention. But appa... / Continue →