RSI-Relief Relaunched

RSI-Relief was originally launched in April 2005. Though the site had gained a bit of a following, it was never quite as successful as I’d hoped.

I eventually realized that the original format — links to articles and other sites, plus a blog — was just not going to be enough. I judged the blog section of the site to be the most useful and popular, and so I have redesigned the site to make the blog front and center — rather than just being one section of the site, now it is the site, with the links as an adjunct, rather than the centerpiece.

Unfortunately, there’s no way to make a change like this completely seamless — some features of the old site are gone, or have moved — but I’ll do my best to make the transition as painless as possible for longtime readers, as well as welcoming for new visitors.

So if you see something broken, please let me know; likewise if you have any suggestions for making the site more useful.

Though the site has been redesigned, the fundamental mission of the site — to inform people about all aspects of Repetitive Strain Injury – remains, and I hope to improve the site over time, and make it an authoritative resource for RSI sufferers seeking help with their affliction.

Randy Rasa

Randy is an engineer/programmer/web designer who has suffered from repetitive strain injury off and on for over a decade.

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