The Keyboard: Pencil and Paper of the 21st century. My namesake developed a layout that improved efficiency but wasn’t used because people became too fast, clogging up typewriters left and right. Enter the QWERTY layout: slows typing ability by a large margin, enabling the machines to keep up with their typists. Silly humans.
The Computer: The typewriter of the 21st century. My first one had a full keyboard with a number pad and a full row of F# keys. That keyboard design has not changed. Yes, a few minor tweaks and ergonomic choices were made along the way, but overall the modern keyboard still remains within the confines of a QWERTY layout.
The Writer: A person with an inclination to write their thoughts down onto paper or the digital equivalent.
More on this later, as this writer must go earn some money.