The keyboard we most commonly use today is called the “qwerty” keyboard for obvious reasons, but did you ever wonder
It’s actually because the original keyboards would jam if letters that were next to each other were pressed in too rapid succession. In 1874 Christopher Sholes, who
developed the layout, was aiming to slow typists down by putting the most common letters in the most hard to reach places, and thus reduce jamming. Although modern technology has no issue with jamming, the keyboard stuck and is still the one we use today!!
P.s jammin reminds me of bob marley.