Hi, Cathryn! I'm butting in here because I've seen Kelli walking on her treadmill desk. If I had room in my tiny house, I'd get one. I'm looking into getting an electric desk which will go up so I can stand, but I love the idea of walking.
Yes, I use a treadmill desk and love it. All my jobs have been edited by scopists so mostly I'm just hitting the page down key and making small corrections. I couldn't edit the job myself on the desk but great for proofing. The other day I burned 1,000 calories and walked for 3 1/2 hours. Normally I'd be on my butt doing that work. Love, love, love it. There is also a video of my treadmill desk under videos if you search through them.
I'm glad I finally have a face with your name. You're the one who used to post all of the briefs over at NCRA's forum.
I sat behind you at the ESP seminar in Vegas in May during the auto indexing seminar. Did you ever figure it out? It was a really hard class, and I don't think a lot of folks got much out of it. I paid a scopist to do mine, and it works great.
Oh, that's funny! Great analogy! Yeah, Lorrie Marchant told me about this, and for some reason it's kinda slow on my computer. But I thought I'd try it out again. I've been getting your e-mails. Gosh, it's been horrible, huh?
To all who would like to be my friends: Please use your full name. I do not accept friend requests from those who use a pseudonym or a first name only.
I am not in favor of online anonymity except in cases where public participation could affect job security, child custody, or other such matters. I feel that anonymity decreases accountability. It also leaves me with the sense that I am talking to someone while I am blindfolded, and they are not. So I have declined all friend requests from those who leave off their full names, and I will continue to do so.
Cathryn, I just want to thank you again for the "thank you" gift. That was so thoughtful. And I know DRA very much appreciates your support and acknowledgment of our efforts. We have a lot coming down the pike, so to speak. So member support is critical. I look forward to seeing you at the next event.