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GeekAlarm! is a simple approach to helping prevent repetitive strain
injury, carpel tunnel syndrome, and computer vision syndrome. Its purpose
is to prompt (and enforce) a computer user to take periodic breaks, thereby
reducing and helping to prevent repetitive patterns of computer use.
GeekAlarm's unique strength is in its simplicity.
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- How does GeekAlarm! help prevent repetitive strain injury?
GeekAlarm! reminds you to take breaks (and enforces them) at selected
intervals throughout the day. Taking breaks is a key element in preventing
- How does GeekAlarm! help prevent carpel tunnel syndrome?
GeekAlarm! encourages you to stand up, move around, and even exercise
during your breaks. GeekAlarm! is designed to give you 15 minutes of
break for every two hours in your workday.
- How does GeekAlarm! help prevent computer vision syndrome?
GeekAlarm! makes the suggestion on each of your breaks to look out the
window and focus on objects at varied distances. This combats the effects
of staring at a computer monitor all day.
- How does GeekAlarm! tell me when I need a break?
GeekAlarm! has an active break and a passive break. In active mode GeekAlarm!
locks your computer down for the length of the break and give you some
suggestions on what to do during your break. In passive mode, GeekAlarm!
shows a balloon hint suggesting that it would be a good time to take
a break. GeekAlarm! has a configurable audio prompt at the beginning
and end of each break.
- Is it easy to use?
Absolutely! GeekAlarm! comes pre-configured for enforced 30 minute breaks
with each break lasting four and a half minutes. It is also pre-configured
for audio prompts.