Hot off the (video) presses from the Today show is a technique / bit of advice to protect your eyes from the strain of using a computer all day every day: the 20-20-20 trick. It’s easy: every 20 minutes, just take a 20 second break to focus your eyes on something 20 feet away from you. Dr. Keri Peterson also advises that the top of your computer monitor(s) should be level with your eyes, so looking at the whole of your screen causes your eyes to look down a bit. This lets your eyelids come down a little more, and helps prevent dryness. Also (note to self), don’t forget to blink your eyes.