MacBreakZ is one of my earliest software projects and started in 1996, when I developed tendonitis in my forearms.
I heeded this as a wake up call and learned everything I could about RSI recovery and prevention and I have been RSI free for close on twenty years now.
As a software developer, of course, I needed to write a program that would embody all of that know how.
MacBreakZ has since gone through 5 major revisions and development is still ongoing.
Last month, I published the first Yosemite-only version and today the new website is ready.
In doing this I also had to review my book list on RSI, only to find that little has changed in the past decade. Either RSI is no longer a problem (definitively not true) or there’s no much money in writing about it 🙂