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NewsIn Praise of Jargon PinstaffTerrence Dorsey29-Apr-13 12:07 
NewsImmutable URLs PinstaffTerrence Dorsey29-Apr-13 12:05 
NewsApache Web Server Attacks Continue to Evolve PinstaffTerrence Dorsey29-Apr-13 12:05 
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NewsWalking While Working PinstaffTerrence Dorsey28-Apr-13 14:09 
GeneralRe: Walking While Working Pinmemberdb7uk28-Apr-13 14:24 
GeneralRe: Walking While Working PinmemberDan Neely29-Apr-13 4:17 
I've been thinking about getting a height adjustable desk for home use on and off for about a year. I'm tall and long legged, so after buying myself a chair that adjusted higher than standard and having the ergonomics people rebuild my desk at work to a 34(?)" height (about the only thing cube style furniture is good for) I've found myself wanting a higher desk for home use.
 
Unfortunately, standard flatpack furniture appears to only be available in 29-31" heights and while I haven't gone to anyone offering custom built furniture for a quote I know it won't be cheap; which has me wondering about just getting an adjustable desk instead. The catch is that I really like the corner desks I have both at work and at home because they let me angle multiple screens so I can easily look at any of them and still have space on each side to put other stuff.
Did you ever see history portrayed as an old man with a wise brow and pulseless heart, waging all things in the balance of reason?
Is not rather the genius of history like an eternal, imploring maiden, full of fire, with a burning heart and flaming soul, humanly warm and humanly beautiful?
--Zachris Topelius
 

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GeneralRe: Walking While Working PinstaffTerrence Dorsey29-Apr-13 5:34 
GeneralRe: Walking While Working PinmemberDan Neely29-Apr-13 5:56 
GeneralRe: Walking While Working PinmemberDan Neely29-Apr-13 8:33 
GeneralRe: Walking While Working PinstaffTerrence Dorsey29-Apr-13 9:19 
GeneralRe: Walking While Working PinmemberDan Neely29-Apr-13 9:36 
GeneralRe: Walking While Working PinmemberDan Neely29-Apr-13 17:12 
GeneralRe: Walking While Working PinstaffTerrence Dorsey30-Apr-13 4:19 
GeneralRe: Walking While Working PinstaffTerrence Dorsey30-Apr-13 7:43 
GeneralRe: Walking While Working PinmemberDan Neely30-Apr-13 8:10 
GeneralRe: Walking While Working PinmemberDan Neely29-Apr-13 10:16 
GeneralRe: Walking While Working PinstaffTerrence Dorsey29-Apr-13 14:22 
QuestionRe: Walking While Working PinprotectorAspDotNetDev29-Apr-13 10:52 
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GeneralRe: Walking While Working PinstaffTerrence Dorsey29-Apr-13 14:35 
NewsHave Linux Distros Gotten Too Tubby? PinstaffTerrence Dorsey28-Apr-13 14:08 
NewsInside the PlayStation 4 With Mark Cerny PinstaffTerrence Dorsey28-Apr-13 14:08 
NewsThings you still cant do with ASP.NET modules on IIS PinstaffTerrence Dorsey28-Apr-13 14:07 

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