Although in the 1980s and 1990s computer were capable of displaying text in many languages, they were limited to one set of characters at a time. So either Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Greek or Cyrillic, but not several of those at the same time. Unicode solved that, and modern computers can (in principle) display all characters found in all languages.
However, when it comes to typing those characters, we're still in 1990, with different keyboard layouts for different languages. Now obviously it would't be workable to make a keyboard that lets you type all Unicode characters. But it should be doable to come up with a system that provides access to all characters and diacritics that are used in latin script languages.
All it takes is one new key. I call it the globe key: 🌐Read the article - posted 2022-03-06
A few months ago, I ordered the Drop + Matt3O MT3 retro keycap set:
These keycaps have the cool/retro "PETSCII" characters printed on the front. But how do you actually type those PETSCII characters?Read the article - posted 2022-03-23
The A500 Mini, the Logitech F710 and Attack of the PETSCII Robots: an excellent combination. So let me cover all three in a single review.