Chasing the Wind

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Don't Click It

Just don’t click it.

This was a very interesting experiment for me since I seem to be developing some tendenitis in my right forefinger I use for clicking. A web-design interface with no clicking is appealing, though trying to teach computer-challenged people how to use it might be difficult.

2 responses to “Don't Click It”

  1. I gave up the traditional mouse years ago. I found the trackball explorer more friendly to my hand, less painful tendons, etc.

    It took about 6 hours of use to get used to moving the ball and clicking with your thumb.

    I don’t think programs like Autocad could live without the click. Even without the click, we are all still going to be inputting text with keyboards.



  2. I confess, I miss the click. Well…it’s not that I miss the click, but that I find the screen changing when I simply move over an option really, really annoying.

    The “swirly select” wasn’t bad but I could see it causing wrist pain after a while.

    I started getting bad tendonitis in my forefinger as well; I finally figured out it was the trackwheel.


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Solomon, in the book of Ecclesiastes, said, “I have seen all the things that are done under the sun; all of them are meaningless, a chasing after the wind.”

If you’re not living for the glory of God, then what you’re doing is meaningless, no matter what it is. Living for God gives life meaning, and enjoying a “chasing after the wind” is a gift from God. I’m doing what I can to enjoy this gift daily.

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