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.
Hi, Cathryn. Thanks for your help on the "ere" phrase. I noticed you live in CC County. I used to live in Walnut Creek off Rudgear Road and I also lived in Concord for a while. I worked as a secretary for CCCTA, the bus company, for eight years right out of high school. I loved it up there.
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.