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exercise & the workplace

exercise bike or treadmill for power generation at work
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I am not an inventor, I am best described as the idea person When I heard about the treadmill as a power source for games, I was wondering about the same thing for when I am at work To power the computer terminal, we should use the exercise bike or treadmill for about 10-15 minutes, probably a bit bulky, but you get the drift, right?
Judy123, Apr 20 2009


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       Given that one must strive mightily to light a puny lightbulb, I think you would need a small army of cubicle slaves to power your computer.   

       You would want them in a seperate room because they would probably get sweaty.
bungston, Apr 20 2009
  

       [Judy123] is the idea person...not the inventor. It was a good idea.
blissmiss, Apr 20 2009
  

       I think we've been neglecting the obvious Exorcist Bike. Need say more? All I'll say is looking backward was never so much fun. And green too.
blissmiss, Apr 20 2009
  

       Now where's [21Quest] when you need him.
zeno, Apr 21 2009
  


 

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