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ergo software *good* :)Views: 1112
Sep 11, 2002 9:36 pmergo software *good* :)#

Adrian Scott
i've used a previous version of this and it was AWESOME!!!! put the settings on a more restrictive setting than the default though, e.g. Moderate or More Frequent.

http://www.magnitude.com



haven't tried this out, but will probably soon:

http://www.mousetool.com/index.html



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Jun 18, 2003 1:48 pmre: ergo software *good* :)#

Benjamin Atkinson
Another product to try is WorkPace. We have evaluated a few break/pacing programs and this one has some unique tools for data acquisition and display. Set the enforcement higher than the default on this one too.

http://www.workpace.com/

Regards,

Benjamin Atkinson
Corporate Ergonomist
CNA Insurance

> Adrian Scott wrote:
> i've used a previous version of this and it was AWESOME!!!! put the settings on a more restrictive setting than the default though, e.g. Moderate or More Frequent.
>
>http://www.magnitude.com
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>
>
>haven't tried this out, but will probably soon:
>
>http://www.mousetool.com/index.html
>
>
>


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Jun 18, 2003 2:35 pmre: re: ergo software *good* :)#

Adrian Scott
Thanks Benjamin!

I'm now using this software

http://www.rsiguard.com

and it really rocks -- it's great. does mouse-clicking as well as breaks.
also includes micro-breaks. quite happy with it.



DRINKING WATER

drinking lots of water and taking daily walks (1-2 hrs is good) are great things for overall
health for people dealing w/ rsi.

i got a LARGE pitcher recently and i've found i drink
twice as much water because the pitcher is big, the top moves easily (not a lot of effort).

i place the pitcher of water near my work area with a glass right beside it. don't even
need to lift it up to fill the glass, just tip it a bit and return it to the upright position.

these 'little' things can really add up.


> Benjamin Atkinson wrote:
> Another product to try is WorkPace. We have evaluated a few break/pacing programs and this one has some unique tools for data acquisition and display. Set the enforcement higher than the default on this one too.
>
>http://www.workpace.com/
>
>Regards,
>
>Benjamin Atkinson
>Corporate Ergonomist
>CNA Insurance
>
>> Adrian Scott wrote:
>> i've used a previous version of this and it was AWESOME!!!! put the settings on a more restrictive setting than the default though, e.g. Moderate or More Frequent.
>>
>>http://www.magnitude.com
>>
>>
>>
>>haven't tried this out, but will probably soon:
>>
>>http://www.mousetool.com/index.html
>>
>>
>>


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