[Chicago] trying to find old post on wrist therapy for RSI

Brian Curtin brian at python.org
Thu Feb 28 20:56:08 CET 2013

On Thu, Feb 28, 2013 at 1:23 PM, Amber Doctor <amberdoctor at gmail.com> wrote:
> Consider a track ball instead of a mouse.  Since my father was an
> electronics engineer and had problems, I grew up using one.  I was at a
> position for a while where I only had access to a mouse and I noticed that
> it was harder on my wrist.  For me logitech makes a great wireless one with
> a thumb ball but you might stop by a best buy to see if a thumb scroll or a
> center ball is better for you.  It'll take a little bit to get used to it
> but it might be worth it.
> Also see about turning up the sensitivity on your control tool (mouse or
> track ball) so that small motions move the cursor further.

I'll never use a mouse again - trackball only. I have a few older
wired versions of
that are perfect, especially if you use multiple monitors.

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