RSI Hell

RSI Hell

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:

More Stats, Better Stats, Faster Stats: A Whole New Mobile Experience - July 16th, 2019
"If you’re like me, Stats is one of your most-visited screens in your WordPress app — we all want to know people are reading! Whether you use iOS or Android, the latest versions have Stat updates that bring you more useful data, faster. Updates to the layout, […]"
Want to See a More Diverse WordPress Contributor Community? So Do We. - June 19th, 2019
"More diverse speakers at WordCamps means a more diverse community contributing to WordPress -- and that results in better software for everyone."
Celebrating Pride Month with WordPress.com - June 3rd, 2019
"Happy Pride Month! At Automattic, we strive to be a platform that democratizes publishing so that anyone can share their stories. This month is a great reminder for why we work hard to expand the open web."
Publishing to WordPress from Bear Just Got Better - May 13th, 2019
"Sharing is a core part of the iOS experience, and WordPress is committed to helping people share their stories, products, or services freely and widely.  So when the fine folks at Shiny Frog—makers of the excellent writing app Bear—asked for an easier […]"
Boost Visitor Engagement and Grow Your Mailing List with the Mailchimp Block - April 11th, 2019
"Add a newsletter signup form to any post or page on your website so you can stay in touch with visitors and customers."
Three New WordPress.com Color Schemes - April 3rd, 2019
"We've launched three new color schemes to customize your WordPress.com dashboard!"
WordPress.com’s Parent Company Announces Happy Tools, a New Suite of Products for the Future of Work - April 1st, 2019
"Happy Schedule, our first offering, will help distributed teams manage employee schedules and customer support."
Electric Literature Moves to WordPress — Here’s How an Indie Publisher Thrives on the Open Web - March 25th, 2019
"Lessons from 10 years of publishing essays and fiction."
Gender Balance is a Business Issue - March 8th, 2019
"On gender balance, diversity, and inclusion at Automattic."
Join WordPress.com for an International Women’s Day Livestream Panel - March 7th, 2019
"On International Women’s Day this Friday, WordPress.com parent company Automattic is hosting four outstanding women tech leaders for a livestreamed conversation about professional advancement, technology, and mutual support as we strive for equity in the workplace. […]"

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