A few weeks ago, I did a Google Images search for keyboard finger charts to see which fingers I'm supposed to be using to type which keys. According to the charts, '6' is supposed to be typed with the right hand:
(as shown on en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Typing)
However, today I spotted a split keyboard in a store with the '6' on the left side of the split. Indeed, an image search for split keyboards indicates that this is the norm:
(as shown on en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microsoft_Natural_keyboard)
When doing touch typing "correctly", should I go with the finger charts (type 6 with my right hand), or should I go with the split keyboards (type 6 with my left hand)?
<troll> Is this just another example of Microsoft not following the standards? </troll>