"The keyboard features the spidery, curving characters of the 'pIqaD' alphabet, which was created to to replicate the symbols on the side of Klingon ships. However, some Klingon enthusiasts prefer to write in the Latin alphabet used for European languages on Earth."
“The Klingon keyboard is the first step in providing PC input devices for all Federation cultures and will aid communications between Earth and other cultures within the Federation that fall outside the domain of Starfleet command," he said.
I have the distinct honor of being mentioned in a Klingon blog. A few years ago I tried to get permission to use Klingon in my Shoecabbage feature, but Paramount -- the OWNER of the language! -- made it nearly impossible for me to publish even one word. The big meanies. ---- Shoecabbage qonwI' loSmoH P-borgh cha' wen tlhIngan Hol yejHaD rI' Teresa Dowlatshahi. nagh beQ tlhaQDajvaD DIvI' Hol mu'mey rurbogh tlhIngan Hol mu'mey nejtaH. roD tera' Holmey qub lo'. Shoecabbage ponglu'. jInmolvaD QultaH Teresa 'ej lunaD nuvpu'.
I'm not sure what those Klingons said about me. For all I know, they might have called me a glue-sniffing ʇ�?q ʇınɹɟ.
a language created by Dr Marc Okrand, a professional linguist, for use by the alien Klingons in some of the Star Trek movies. To make Klingon sound truly alien, Okrand used combinations of sounds which do not exist in any natural language. It is a complete language, with its own vocabulary, grammar, usage and an enthusiastic community of speakers.