Despite touchscreen keys for phones becoming more popular, there's always been something so satisfying about typing on a keyboard. From the clack, clack, clack of old typewriters to the tap, tap, tap of computer keyboards, and now on to the boop boop boop of touchscreens, the keyboard is our communication stepping stone.
And the keyboard makes up actual stepping stones for the geekiest (and largest?) monument to the peripheral, seen in Ekaterinburg, Russia.
It's a pretty radical and rocking (pun intended) shrine to hardworking keyboards everywhere, is it not?