>Nowadays, bytes are pretty cheap, and your thumbs can use the exercise.

Bytes are cheap, thumbs are not and actually, your thumbs do not need the 
exercise. Each extra space is an extra push with your thumb. Unfortunately most 
of us use less than efficient movement when we are keyboarding away and we tend 
to suffer from (pick your ailment):
sore wrists
sore elbows
fatigue
sore fingers
trigger fingers
sore neck
blurred vision
lower back discomfort
TMJ

So, don't be so cavalier about your thumbs, find your nearest Feldenkrais 
practitioner and sign up for lessons. You will be amazed at how the process 
helps you to work more comfortably at your computer .

Leah Smaller
Technical Communicator
Certified Feldenkrais Method practitioner
leah at compulite.com

"What you truly learn best will appear to you later as your own discovery." 
(Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais)

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