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I own an old architect-desk which is able to rotate into several positions. I mostly use it with a rotation of 70°, so I don't have to duck very much.
Maybe you could construct sth similar
Just take some wooden boards and
put one in this position: |
and another in this: \
just carve the edges, so that they are covered with the first board.
take some screws and..
Now you have a thing you can place on your desk which looks like this: |\
Don't know if it works , maybe there are some instruction plans on the web for desks, or look for second hand ones.
edit: cheap solution: Stand up every thirty minutes, walk around a bit, twist your neck and sit down again.
Last edited by cucaracha; April 25th, 2003 at 01:24 PM.