My realization today is that many of my daily activities rely on both hands to a somewhat equal degree. Typing on a computer. Texting. Sleeping. (You know it’s a lazy Sunday when my activities can be summed up in less than ten words.)
Anyhow, I’m using my left hand for computer things like scrolling and navigating with the mouse. I’m also now aware that using the Enter, Backspace, and arrow keys favors righties. The left hand gets advantage over number of words typed.
Some light research I’ve pulled up about QWERTY keyboards involves an interesting article talking about the positive associations people have with words and letters found on the right side of the keyboard.
Peek those those purple, plastic contours. The shape of the hand works very well as a chair, with the fingers serving as the back and the palm as the seat. Of course, these aren’t the most comfortable seats around, but they are designed for a brief wait and not an extended lounge.
Can anyone recognize where these are from?