Cheap but great JoyCon grips for the Nintendo Switch

These cheap grips make playing Mario Kart against my kid easier.

For less than $12 delivered these have improved my Switch experience. JoyCons firmly pop into these ABS grips, and while the firmness of the buttons takes a game or two to get used to, these fit my hand far better than the stand-alone JoyCon.

The button tops also help my CTS prone hands from tiring as quickly.

I find JoyCons miserably small, these grips help.

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Managing carpal tunnel syndrome at 46

Decades of working on the computer, video games, and riding a motorcycle have left my hands in pretty bad shape. I still like doing all of those things, however, so over the years I've found a few things that really help. Read the rest

Data entry man at gas station has been taking inventory for 30 years

He can type numbers faster than I can read them!

Incredible data entry

I slowmoed down and calculated about 80+ WPM at 5 per word. Although it's all numbers so even faster. He said he had been doing this for 30 years! People that came into store would stop in their tracks and watch this guy with their jaw dropped. At first I thought is this for real and it was!

I couldn't figure out what make that portable data entry terminal is. I suspect it's quite old, but my shame is complete. Anyone know what model it is? Read the rest

Uncut video of a guy clicking his mouse 1 million times

Have 17.5 hours to kill? Watch this dude click his mouse 1 million times. He gets it done 5 hours faster than the initial estimate. Strangely impressive. Read the rest