At the New York School of Printing (now the High School of Graphic Communication Arts), our literary magazine, published twice a year, was entitled “SHRDLU” for the very reasons you confirm in your answer to John S., back in march 1986.
This poem was included on the Editor’s Page, and the magazine also included articles of fiction, historical snippets (such as both Ben Franklin and Virginia Wolff, among others, were printers), poetry and other features.
Suppose you’ve ‘goofed’: Just take your ease
Hit that second row of keys.
Run your finger, tried and true,
Laugh – 'cause lead’s just lead: Amen!
Use your copy – try again.
ETA: Link to column: http://www.straightdope.com/columns/read/2777/whats-the-origin-of-the-mysterious-phrase-etaoin-shrdlu --Rico