The desks at my work are on hydraulics, so they can be raised or lowered at will. It's great to be able to raise your desk and stand for a while after sitting for a couple hours, but I wouldn't want to have to be forced to stand all the time.
The desks get high enough that I can push my high-backed office chair underneath it, and low enough to get probably two feet or so off the ground. It's a great compromise between having to sit or stand the entire day.
Charcoal-grill is the best way to cook a steak.
Hank Hill disagrees with you.
"Do you have support for smooth, full-screen Flash video yet?"
Frankly, that's Adobe's fault, not ours.
One good reason why computers can do more work than people is that they never have to stop and answer the phone.