The ergonomic desk and related computer desk are furniture pieces designed to comfortably and aesthetically provide a working surface and house or conceal office equipment including computers, peripherals and cabling for office and home-office users.
The ergonomic desk is a modern desk form which, like the adjustable drawing table or drafting table, offers mechanical adjustments for the placement of its elements in order to maximize user comfort and efficiency. The ergonomic desk is usually a “stand-alone” piece of furniture allowing access to the adjustment mechanisms. Some ergonomic chairs have a sufficiently large desktop height adjustment to create either a common “sit-down” desk or a less common standing desk, which allows the user to work while standing. The ergonomic desk is usually a close companion to the ergonomic chair.
Cat Stevens’ “Teaser and the Firecat” is one of those jewels of a record that has foolishly escaped my attention despite my utter love and adoration for the man and his music. I suppose I’ve never approached his work with the appropriate degree of systematic effort to dig through his entire catalogue, being content to listen to the few classics he’s most known for (“Peace Train”, “Where Do the Children Play?”, “Moonshadow” etc).
“Planet Punk” is the sixth Die Arzte album and came out in 1995. This album shows that German punk is highly underrated compared to punk from countries like England and the United States. The album kicks off with the speedy and catchy three chord song Super Drei. (more…)
Jason Newstead was always the bassist who did what the other told him to do during the 14 years which he spent in Metallica. One year after he left the band, Echobrain´┐Żs first album came out (self titled album). Newstead gathered two people around him in this project, Dylan Donkin (guitar and vocals) and Brian Gagrafena (drums).