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Maybe these monitors are designed for super-evolved x-men who can do the adjustments on their neck
Free market wants to keep the worker down. So you must look to another political system that empowers the worker.
Or just buy an adjustable stand. I have had mine (with arms rather than just stand) for years now. Keeps working with new montors that I buy. I would mention it by brand name but it doesn't seem to have a brand name on it.
Actually a bit of the opposite. The stand is attached to a clamp at the back of the desk and then extends upwards. The arms extend out from it vertically. That frees up space under the monitors themselves.
The stand allows the monitors to be easily moved with a push also. The arms have an elbow so between the vertical adjustment and horizontal one them can be adjusted with precision.
It's a mini air purifier, yes?
If you live in a city, that's possibly not a bad idea - city air is pretty foul at the best of times.
But ... you've got to be pretty close to the purifier to get any benefit, it's effect is going to be diluted the further you get from it. So why the elephant do you want to control it via your WiFi and the internet?
AirCon. Good description.
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the best way to end a vacation is to take a break.
(seriously, after many years I found it really worthwhile on returning from a trip to have at least 1 full day at home [sorting personal sh*t out etc. at a relaxed pace] before getting back to work - even now when working from home. filling up leave to the max is just too tiring.)
I 100% agree.
I attended Low Carb Denver. I stayed overnight after most people left, so I could collect my thoughts, and took the MONDAY I traveled off completely so I could unpack, and easy back in after being gone 5 days...
That's my favorite part actually
I LOVE being at home!
I actually plan vacations for doing absolutely nothing at home.
Although going out to far away places once in a while is nice too... For like ten to fourteen days