Given the ease of leaking information on our more futuristic devices, the Kremlin has elected to return to typewriters.
The "Things Organized Neatly" Tumblr received an anonymous submission of a very skillfully disassembled typewriter.
Are you old enough to have used a typewriter? If so, you may may yearn for a simpler time when the loud clickity-clack of typewriter keys could be heard in every office and dorm room. This iPad typewriter dock concept brings back some of that feeling, with a manual keyboard that should be familiar to anyone over age 35.
Itching for the good old clackety clack clack typerwriter days when typing actually was a coveted skill and profession for budding white collar workers? Now you can replicate the annoying keyboard sounds on your computer without any hardware modifications.
Bet you thought that Typesonic or that Steampunk Mac with a 114-year-old Remington typewriter were cool. You've never been blown away by any typewriter unless you've seen this Keaton Music Typewriter. There's no familiar QWERTY row on this typewriter because it types musical notes, not letters and numbers.
If you ever thought it might be fun to own an old style typewriter, you need to move fast. The last typewriter factory in the world has stopped making new ones, and they have only 500 left in stock.
Who says typewriters are obsolete gadgets? Sure, you probably don't type on a typewriter anymore, instead preferring the modern conveniences of a computer, but that doesn't mean that a typewriter can't be repurposed into some completely awesome new device....