This article is from the Ergonomics and Typing Injury FAQ, by Dan Wallach email@example.com with numerous contributions by others.
The home of the Boston RSI Archive
Boston RSI changed its name to RSI-East, and the new archives are at
sjuvm.stjohns.edu (detailed below) The RSI Network Newsletter is a
bi-monthly online newsletter produced by Caroline Rose
<firstname.lastname@example.org> and distributed online by Craig O'Donnell
Extensive anonymous ftp archive, including the typing injury FAQ
(frequently asked questions), alternative input device information
(descriptions, reviews, and GIF images), and some software.
Maintained by Dan Wallach <dwallach@CS.Princeton.EDU>.
(more info below...)
A gopher site containing the Electronic Rehabilitation Resource
Center. Lots of disability information, including a searchable
database of national disability resources and access to other gopher
sites with geographically local disability information.
Also home to RSI-East, its message archive, and an archive of the RSI
An ftp site containing the archives of RSI-UK.
Also, Demon now mirrors the typing-injury archive:
A World-Wide-Web page with some good pictures of how to hold your
hands, MPEG videos of various exercises, and more.
Other WWW sites:
The Ergonomic Page, from Applied Software Unlimited
Emacs keybindings and ergonomics
Amara's RSI Page
MouseMitt International - padded lycra wrist braces
Workstation Environments - a company which designs high-end furniture
Safety Related Internet Resources
Some human factors and ergonomics research by Alan Hedge
TechTime articles on RSI Injuries
A Patient's Guide to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Medical Matrix - A Guide to Internet Medical Resources
ErgoWeb - lots of information for designers of ergonomic tools
Oversensitivity to Electricity
Disability Resources from Evan Kemp Associates
Intergraph Workstation Furniture
Safe Computing's Internet Store - buy ergonomic products online
The Martial Arts FAQ
The Ergonomic Sciences Corp, Mountain View, CA.
The (USA's) Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety
Repetitive Stress Injury Help Page (CMU)
Some other WWW indices to the typing-injury archive
The FAQ for a2x (a program to interface an external keyboard or
speech synthesizer to an X window system) and the FAQ for
DragonDictate (a speech recognition system) are both available here.
http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/a2x-voice/ (this should include
information on the new a3x software which works with Windows NT
instead of Unix and X)
Another RSI page in the works
Magnetic Devices from Total Health Mktg., Nikken Independent