This is your body on chairs: Electrical activity in the muscles drops â€” â€œthe muscles go as silent as those of a dead horse,â€ Hamilton says â€” leading to a cascade of harmful metabolic... Read more
I spend about 45 to 50 hours a week working on my computer. Up until a week ago, I did that work sitting on my ever-expanding behind. Last Monday I adjusted my desk to standing height (pictu... Read more
Email, IM and the web is a huge distraction, especially for those with short attention spans. My new friend Clay Johnson uses interval training techniques to lengthen his attention span the... Read more
The muscle soreness I’m experiencing today after walking around Comic-Con all weekend made me realize: I’ve got to incorporate more standing and walking into my daily routine. Ma... Read more
Just launched up a new blog over at HarvardBusiness.org called Work Smarter (RSS). Expect to find less nerd and more business in the posts I publish there compared to this site or Lifehacker... Read more
Mac user Grant Lucas is putting the Todo.txt CLI and GeekTool to great use on his Mac, pictured above. (Click to enlarge, or check out the annotated Flickr page.) GeekTool affixes the output... Read more
Creative agency Nothing in Amsterdam wanted to make their entire office a “blank slate” so they built it out of cardboard. The desks, chairs, shelves, cubicles, and from the phot... Read more
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