Tag Archive: Editorial

YOU ARE WELCOME HERE

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As things that we see as being traditionally nerdy become popularized, how do we distinguish those that jump on the bandwagon from those who originally sought refuge in fandom? This is a question that I have been hypocritical about in the past, however the only acceptable answer is: you don’t. Ever. I also think it...

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Twenty-Thirteen Update

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I am in now within my 29th year of existence on this planet and things are pretty good. I started a new job a little over a month ago and I am completely loving it. It holds the same pains that many places do within my industry, however at the end of the day I...

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A Standing Workstation

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Knowing, and perhaps because of, the many proven health and ergonomic benefits of a standing workstation, I wanted to give one a try. My primary roadblock is that I cannot modify my current space at all; the cubicle and desk existing in my area must remain intact. However, a simple bar table can be centered...

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The Spectrum

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I have a few fundamental problems with color theory and how people are using it. I believe color theory is extremely important. There are proven physical and psychological effects that different hues have on people. The problem I have is more one of interpretation. There have been countless studies on this subject, however I have...

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Workspace Luminescence

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I have light sensitivity issues, and unfortunately it took me several years to figure out this little fun fact about myself. Early on in my life I stumped several optometrists, who all agreed there was something “wrong” with my eyesight, but none of them could figure out exactly what it was. As an adult I...

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