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2014 Wall Street Journal article by Steve Garbarino, who also reported on forthcoming gadgets that "promise to bring the typewriter into the digital age": the Hemingwrite (now called Freewrite) by Astrohaus, a cloud-connected word processor with mechanical keys; and the Qwerkywriter, a Bluetooth mechanical keyboard. Each device costs over $300.
If that's not in your budget or you're wedded to the ease of your laptop and digital devices, there's typewriter jewelry to wear, such as these earrings of my initials and a favorite antique locket.
Or, simply pore over typewriter treasures in exhibits all over the world, from the Typewriter Museum in Finland to the Soboroff Typewriter Collection at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, which displays typewriters by people featured on the cover of Time magazine, including such literary luminaries as Ernest Hemingway, Orson Welles and Ray Bradbury. Watch this CBS video of Steve Soboroff, president of the LA Police Commision, and hear the collector speak about the appeal.