Based on this meta question and the ergnomics tag I assume that ergonomics questions are on topic for this SE. (Although maybe they should ideally live on the as yet unborn Medical SE?)
With that in mind I created these two questions:
The first one has been closed as not a real question. My intention is to find out: what is the general ergonomic advice given to laptop users? e.g. Like those little pictures you see given to desktop users about keyboards distance and wrist alignment, but for laptop users specifically.
I know some people who use laptop stands, but I haven't found non-product advice regarding these, so I deliberately left the question open-ended.
Maybe my understanding of ergonomics is too naive, but I'm looking for general advice (e.g. you should sit like X, you should position your screen like Y), not trying to target a specific complaint (e.g. you should do Z to solve your sore left wrist you use for the mouse).
The second one is not closely related to ergonomics, just something I want to bear in mind while managing a mass purchase. My intention is to find out: what is a feasible and reasonable way to buy a whole lot of chairs at once, given that it's worth investing in but the advice I've found is focussed on individuals not groups. It has been closed as not a real question. This I find confusing because there are some really good answers.
With my intentions in mind, how can I reword these questions so that they are constructive, non-ambiguous, and generally awesome? Uh, and be opened again.