In an article titled “Intel: Chips in brains will control computers by 2020” in Computer Weekly a vision is painted of computers being controlled by an implanted sensor in the human brain. The mind boggles at the mere though of this. It’s a very Orwellian concept. Imagine other sensors out there being able to read […]
Articles from November 2009
Ergomatters RSI Blog is reaching out with our RSI awareness effort with a presence now on Facebook, one of the world’s largest social networking web sites. Come and join us, become a fan and help spread the word!
I have released a new page on the site which contains a list of ergonomic products it’s also available from the main menu on this site. The page is not so much intended as a page of products that I endorse. It is more a collection of the latest products in the field of ergonomic […]
The changes keep happening this month. Hot on the heels of the release of our new RSI FAQ page, we have decided to change the site with a new revamped look and feel. Hopefully you all like it. Its a great advantage being married to someone who does web development for a living and who […]
I am happy to announce the release of my latest update to this site, a Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) Frequently Ask Questions (FAQ) page along with answers! This is basically a download of information from my head as to my understanding of RSI, along with relevant links and information, and is without doubt the largest […]