QWERTYUIOP

(1) The Keys on a Typewriter

A typewriter's keyboard arrangement is called QWERTYUIOP from its first line. Typewriter keys were deliberately arranged to interfere with typing speed, since early typewriters were apt to jam if typed on too fast.

from Fancyclopedia 2 ca. 1959
Typewriter etaoin shrdlu. Ted White used QWERTYUIOP as a publishing house name, and at one time ('56-58) it seemed that at least 50% of all published fanzines appeared with this frank. He has steadfastly disregarded suggestions that it should be qwertyuiop ½ or ¼, for abbreviation is a recognized privilege of fan] publishing houses.

(2) A Fanzine by Sam Long

A fanzine published by by Sam Long in the UK.

Issue Date Pages Notes
2 Summer 1981 16
6 1974? 28
7 1974 40
8 36

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