How much does it cost to write a book? A good pair of eyes, a gaggle of late nights, and a little bit of sanity. Most importantly, proof-reading tiny text on a 17″ eMachine Monitor did some serious damage. I had my first eye exam since last year, and my optometrist sends me away with “Computer Glasses”. For those of you not familiar with “Computer Glasses”, let me translate. “Computer Glasses” translates roughly to “Glasses for 29 year olds who use the computer way too much and who can’t imagine wearing bifocals for at least another 15 years”.
When I remember to use them, I find myself constantly switching between my “Computer Glasses” and my regular glasses. I program for an hour, something beyond a 5 foot radius interrupts me, and I get annoyed with all the optical context switching.
Enough with optical interfaces. I’m ready for a direct brain to USB interface.