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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher_Latham_Sholes

Known for, "The Father of the typewriter," inventor of the QWERTY keyboard. Christopher Latham Sholes (February 14, 1819 – February 17, 1890) was an American .... QWERTY layout is still used today on both typewriters and English language computer keyboards, although the jamming problem no longer exists. Sholes ...

www.thoughtco.com/history-of-the-computer-keyboard-1991402

Aug 22, 2017 ... The invention of the modern computer keyboard sprung from the invention of the typewriter. It was Christopher Latham Sholes who, in 1868, ...

www.daskeyboard.com/blog/typing-through-time-the-history-of-the-keyboard

In 1946, the first computer, ENIAC was ... created the MULTICS computer, ...

www.computerhope.com/issues/ch001802.htm

Apr 26, 2017 ... History and information about when the first keyboard and computer keyboard was invented.

history-computer.com/ModernComputer/Basis/keyboard.html

Birth of the modern computer, The bases of digital computers, computer keyboard . ... The invention of the modern computer keyboard can be traced back to the ...

www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/06/qwerty-keyboard_n_3223611.html

May 6, 2013 ... asked every child ever when presented with a keyboard. Most of us were taught that the man who invented the keyboard created the QWERTY ...

theinventors.org/library/inventors/blcomputer_keyboard.htm

The invention of the modern computer keyboard began with the invention of the typewriter. Christopher Latham Sholes patented the typewriter that we commonly  ...

www.ideafinder.com/history/inventions/qwerty.htm

Apr 26, 2007 ... Fascinating facts about the invention of the "QWERTY" Keyboard by ... second row on English language computer and typewriter keyboards.

www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2012/01/the-origin-of-the-qwerty-keyboard

Jan 7, 2012 ... The original design of the keyboard positioned keys in alphabetical order in two rows. ... quirks and Sholes had yet to figure out ideal customers for his invention, but in the late 1870s, .... Hey, before computers it didn't matter!