TIFAQ Awards 

Key Resource
Links2Go Key Resource
Repetitive Stress Injuries Topic

Congratulations! Your page: http://www.tifaq.com/ has been selected to receive a Links2Go Key Resource award in theRepetitive Stress Injuries topic!

The Links2Go Key Resource award is both exclusive and objective. Fewer than one page in one thousand will ever be selected for inclusion. Further, unlike most awards that rely on the subjective opinion of "experts," many of whom have only looked at tens or hundreds of thousands of pages in bestowing their awards, the Links2Go Key Resource award is completely objective and is based on an analysis of millions of web pages. During the course of our analysis, we identify which links are most representative of each of the thousands of topics in Links2Go, based on how actual page authors, like yourself, index and organize links on their pages. In fact, the Key Resource award is so exclusive, even we don't qualify for it (yet ;)!

Workspace Resources Gold Ribbon Award

July, 1998 -- WorkSpace Resources' Gold Ribbon Award for Web site excellence

"The TIFAQ is targeted at computer users suffering at the hands of their equipment. You'll find pointers to resources all across the net, general information on injuries, and detailed information on numerous adaptive products."    Dan Wallach

We've listed this site in our Ergonomics Issues section since 1995, when it was in basic black on a gray background. A lot has happened since then, and the TIFAQ has grown and evolved gracefully. Congratulations to Scott Wright, webmaster, and to Dan Wallach, who started it all.

baby to bytes bannerOur site has been selected as a valuable Internet resource for Discovery Channel School's Communication: Baby talk to Bytes theme for fall 1997.


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Typing Injury FAQ Home Page
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 It is now a well-established fact that how you set up your work area is critical to avoiding repetitive strain injuries and similar problems. The Typing Injury FAQ Home Page is about more than just typing -- it's about how not to get hurt at a keyboard, and how to prevent various injuries, covering topics from posture to equipment design. 

Review date: 3/11/97

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Last Updated: 08/13/99