Good Posture Equals More Energy and Taking Time Offline

Good Posture Equals More Energy and Taking Time Offline

Gregory Han
Oct 26, 2009

Better Posture Means More Energy at Work: Lifehacker (and Unplggd contributor) Sarah Rae Trover points out Real Simple's claim sitting with proper posture at your computer can help you breathe more efficiently and feel more energy. Slouch and lose up to 30% oxygen compared to sitting straight in front of your computer, so straighten up!

5 Amazing iPod Concepts: HuffPo does a roundup of iPods from the future, our favorite being the iRing, if just for the portability factor.

The World of Tomorrow (If The Internet Disappeared Today): An amusing look by of reader submitted images created with the theme of "The World of Tomorrow (If the Internet Disappeared Today).

Stop Your Search Engines: The New York Times discusses the importance of importance of filtering and limiting our time online for our own health.

Cheetos Bags Find New Life as MP3 Speakers: It ain't easy being cheesy, or being eco-minded, as the comments over at Crave reveal over this recycled Cheetos speaker bag design. Is it just greenwashing? Or is the recycling and donation to charities enough of a good thing?

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