Eye-strain

How To : Avoid Computer Fatigue (As Best As You Can)

I don't know what I'd do without my computer. I can't do my job without the internet. I communicate with employers, friends, and family through emails, video chat and Twitter. I schedule meetings and plan deadlines. I bank. I shop. I read the news. I play games. I watch my fav ...more

How To : 8 More Menu Bar Apps Every Mac Power User Needs

We recently showed you 8 menu bar apps that ever Mac power user should have, covering apps that allow you to control iTunes, eject drives, organize screenshots, and more—all from that tiny strip at the top of your screen. But when it comes to the menu bar, we only began to sc ...more

News : 11 Features Apple Needs to Include in iOS 10

New releases of iOS are always pretty exciting. I remember the anticipation buildup of iOS 7 before it was announced at WWDC 2013, as it was expected to be a complete game changer compared to previous versions—and it was. Now, with WWDC 2016 right around the corner—starting o ...more

Roger Ebert : Why I HATE 3-D (And You Should, Too)

Chicago Sun Times movie critic Roger Ebert hates 3-D. And when I say hate, I really mean hate. Check out Ebert's excerpted nine points below via Newsweek. 1. IT'S THE WASTE OF A DIMENSION. Our minds use the principle of perspective to provide the third dimension. Adding one a ...more

How To : Reduce Eye Strain When Using Smartphones

The smartphone has become one of the basic reasons for sore eyes. If you are addicted to your beloved smartphone, there is a fair possibility that your eyes will be paying off its expensive price. If you use your smartphone, tablet, laptop or any other similar gadget consisten ...more

How To : Clean a laptop screen

A dirty laptop screen can be distracting and make it difficult to see what your are trying to work on. Don’t suffer though this for another moment. With products you have at home you can get that screen looking like new. Dust, fingerprints, and smudges are all attracted to a ...more

How To : Make text easier to read in Mac OS

Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at three ways to make text on your screen easier to read. This could be used by people with visual impairments, but also could be used by anyone wishing to reduce eye-strain or be slightly more productive. Techniques include enlarging font size in ...more

News : Cheat the clock by speed reading

Waiting for school to start? Have you been practicing reading in the meantime? Here's our most honest and effective "cheat" to help you out. We were procrastinators, too. Reading fast will save you hours of eye strain and days of lamenting the length of every book you read. P ...more

How To : Relax your tired eyes

Looking at videos can produce eyestrain. Staring at a computer all day can produce eyestrain. Our eyes can become tired. There is hope! Eye fitness relaxation practices are helping millions. They are simple to incorporate and easy to learn. In this video Dr. Roberto Kaplan int ...more

How To : Prevent computer eyestrain

Computer eyestrain can hurt productivity, but it's easy to prevent if you take a few precautions. You Will Need * A properly lit workspace * An LCD monitor * A copy stand * Computer glasses * An anti-glare screen or computer hood (optional) Step 1: Turn down the lights Close ...more

How To : Give Yourself Room to Think in Two Easy Steps

Yes it’s the 21st century and yes, everyone’s busy, everyone’s connected. Accept it. Move on. Be happy. DON’T BUY INTO THE HYPE—literally and figuratively. I’m here to tell you that YOU do not need all the ‘stuff’ that bogs you down or all the unnecessary information that doe ...more

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