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7:41 AM
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9:01 AM
Dia dhaoibh go léir a chairde - Morning all.
 
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A J
Morning
 
I just purchased a (cheap) ergonomic mouse and I really like it! @McNets - didn't you recommend a fancy ergonomic mouse not too long ago? Can you repost the make/model please? I'm actually seriously considering revamping my SoHo - and ergonomics are going to be a part of that - after all, I spend a good part of my day in it, so it might as well not send me to hospital with backache when I'm older! :-)
Had a (virtual) ergonomics talk there recently and it's shown me how incorrect/damaging my posture potentially is - and non-ergonomic mice can lead to finger strain, leading to forearm strain leading to neck strain leading to headaches (cue the song "hip bone's connected to the... knee bone...").
 
9:21 AM
@Vérace I don't remember what model I suggested, I suppose it was Logitech M705 that it's what I use
I've just get a new mechanical keyboard, really cheap, but I love it
 
9:49 AM
@McNets - Hi and thanks for getting back to me... the Logitech mouse - was it this guy? It's not vertical... the lady (Pilates, posture... blah-di-blah...) said that vertical is best - and I find the one (cheapo) that I got to be very comfy!
Looked up mechanical keyboards - brought back memories of learning to touchtype - using a manual (yes, a manual) typewriter and a tea-towel over my hands - girlfriend's school at the time did typing and she taught me what she learnt... <sniffle... wipes away sentimental tear...>
 
10:01 AM
@Vérace This one
That was my first mechanical keyboard
I threw it away 15 days ago, I'm moving to a new house
 
 
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A J
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Who's gone?
 
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2:24 PM
@PaulWhite Pretty much. I know I need the unit to be CS because of issues like NM (nautical mile) and nm (nanometer) - although luckily those particular examples don't occur in Cardiology, there was an example in the 200 units I have. Unfortunately, I was analyzing the usage of units for consistency in our rule set with SELECT DISTINCT and it was combining cm2 and cm^2. Of course they look the same in Excel as well when the person entering is using rich text cell formatting, which doesn't help.
 

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