First - there's no reason you have to spend two grand. I went to Home Depot and spent a total of $5.99 for a 12x36 painted shelf board. When I want to stand, I put that on top of a box on my desk, and put my mouse and keyboard on that. Advantage: not only is it cheap, but your setup is portable to any desk that has a monitor arm.
Second - and this is the really important bit - be careful to stand correctly and don't stand too much in the beginning. Build up to it.
What can go wrong? I have personally experienced these two -
1. Don't stand on an uneven surface (like, the padding under the carpet has separated). Less that a half an inch can give you sciatica, which is horrible.
2. DON'T LOCK YOUR KNEES. If you feel yourself getting tired, sit down. You need to keep a micro-bend in your knees, otherwise it's a small but significant hyperextention, which will lead to pain.
Starting out, a kitchen timer might help. Sit for a while, stand for a while. Good luck.
Here is the link.
BBC Full Documentary- 'India's Daughter' on Nirbhaya Delhi Gang Rap | Jyoti singh | HD | Banned
I got through 10 seconds, then page the refreshed and it was blocked from my region (US) on copyright grounds.
Really, what's the point of that?
when we all found out who was taking over the FCC, I was terrified. Former cable lobbyist, now in charge of the group intended to regulate the same people. But it really looks like wheeler may be the right man for the job
Don't tell me you think he voted his conscience. He can be bought, and one side bought him off harder than the other.
As long as we're going to reinvent the wheel again, we might as well try making it round this time. - Mike Dennison