Pragmatic 50: Accidental Clicking

23 December, 2014

CURRENT

John Siracusa joins me to discuss RSI in depth, drawing on both of our experiences we look at what works, what doesn’t and why you should care. Keyboards, trackpads, trackballs, mice, chairs, we cover it all.
Duration 1 hour, 55 minutes and 15 seconds Direct Download

Show Notes

John Siracusa Related Links:

RSI Links:

Keyboards:

Apps To Help You Get Up:

Trackpads and Mice:


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People

John Siracusa

John Siracusa

John writes widely acclaimed OS X reviews for Ars Technica, blogs at his site Hypercritical and has a podcast with friends called the Accidental Tech Podcast each week.

John Chidgey

John Chidgey

John is an Electrical, Instrumentation and Control Systems Engineer, programmer, podcaster and runs TechDistortion and the Engineered Network. John has produced and appeared on many podcasts as well as Pragmatic.