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Comic for August 07, 2020

Dilbert - August 8, 2020 - 12:59am
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Lawn chairs and kitchen tables: Ergonomics in the involuntary work-from-home era

Ars Technica - 2 hours 59 min ago

Enlarge / This is your skeleton. This is your skeleton working from home. Any questions? (credit: Aurich Lawson / Getty Images)

With offices shuttered around the world, many people are experiencing working from home for the first time—or experiencing it in much longer doses than they were used to. Many companies are planning to keep employees working remotely at least part of the time well into 2021. And some are considering making it permanent.

Countless people have had to improvise their work-at-home workspaces. But now that we're several months in, some of that improvisation may be wearing thin. And one of the things that often gets pushed to the back burner in all this improvisation is ergonomics. If you haven't worked from home regularly in the past, and you're now sitting at the kitchen table every day working from a corporate-issued laptop, you're probably feeling the physical strains of this never-going-to-be-normal reality.

As someone who has worked primarily from home for a quarter of a century, I've had a lot of time to figure out what does and does not work in a home office. The changes that have come with COVID-19—including having my wife and daughter in lockdown with me, both working from home themselves—have required some adjustments and some re-equipping. We needed our home workspaces to support the new world of work while maintaining comfort and a reasonable level of sanity mid-pandemic.

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TikTok threatens legal action against Trump US ban

BBC Technology News - 3 hours 16 min ago
The Chinese firm says it is "shocked" by an order for US companies to stop doing business with the app.

Facebook removes QAnon conspiracy group with 200,000 members

BBC Technology News - 3 hours 17 min ago
Facebook has joined Twitter and TikTok in taking action against QAnon conspiracy-theory content.

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