Many of us spend a lot of time at our computers, for a variety of levels of usefulness. For those whose livelihood is tied up in it, having an ergonomically set up desk is crucial. This tool simply asks you for you height, and then tells you how you should be set up.
3 responses to “Computer Desk Ergonomics”
As this seems the most recent entry in your blog, I’m submitting this reply in hopes that you’ll respond. I don’t see another way to contact you.
I found your blog by putting my name in google. How surprised I was to see not only someone with with the same name, but someone with a similar collection of interests and yes passions. Education, faith, fantasy literature, etc.
Blessings on you “brother.” :)
Fascinating. And yeah, I got your email after you find it on my about page.
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