RSI Hell is a personal blog subtitled “Life with Repetitive Strain Injury”. Here’s what the author has to say about it:
This blog is about my life and many struggles with Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI). I live in Nottingham, England and try to be as candid as possible. I will name and shame companies that treat me badly and products that simply don’t work.
I maintain this blog entirely using voice recognition and so you might see some mistakes. I do keep going back, sometimes after weeks to correct errors in posts. I write directly into the blog, often very quickly when I feel most passionate and sometimes accuracy suffers as a result.
This blog is well worth following, with good suggestions, insightful commentary, and often brutal honesty.
Recent Posts from RSI Hell:
- The Block Editor is Now Supported on the WordPress Native Apps - January 20th, 2020
- "The block editor allows for a smoother drafting experience - now possible on any screen size."
- Power Users Rejoice: You've Got SFTP and Database Access - December 18th, 2019
- "Three new hosting management tools give you direct access to your site’s files and data."
- New Theme: Twenty Twenty - December 10th, 2019
- "Meet Twenty Twenty, the brand new WordPress default theme."
- PHP 7.4 Just Came Out, and So Did Our PHP Version Switcher - November 28th, 2019
- "If your site is on the Business or eCommerce plan, you can switch to the newest version of PHP today."
- A New Way to Earn Money on WordPress.com - November 12th, 2019
- "With Recurring Payments, your supporters become your sustainers, and a reliable income stream frees you to push your creative boundaries."
- Join us in a Digital Climate Strike - September 12th, 2019
- "This September, millions will take to the streets to demand an end to the age of fossil fuels. Show your solidarity by displaying a digital climate strike banner for the month."
- WordPress.com and Fiverr Partner to Launch “WordPress.com Fundamentals” Course - September 11th, 2019
- "Looking for a step-by-step video course on how to build a website? We've got you covered."
- When Experienced Women Engineers Look for New Jobs, They Prioritize Trust and Growth - August 28th, 2019
- "Automattic, WordPress.com's parent company, set out to learn how to boost applications from women and non-binary developers."
- The Second Edition of Our “Learn User Support” Workshop Is Open for Signups - August 10th, 2019
- "Starting August 19, we'll offer another virtual course for women interested in a technical-support career."
- Four New WordPress.com Color Schemes - July 24th, 2019
- "We’ve added four new color schemes to customize your WordPress.com dashboard!"