[rescue] [Slightly OT]: Desk/Tables for multiple ?computers
Charles Shannon Hendrix
shannon at widomaker.com
Fri Aug 5 13:56:18 CDT 2005
Thu, 21 Jul 2005 @ 13:14 -0500, Lionel Peterson said:
> Once upon a time, open floor space was the most common configuration -
> watch some old "office" movies and see how they have their workers
Yes, which is where a lot of stories of how office life sucked
originally came from.
At least there were no pretenses of your having your own space.
> Honestly, Cubicles suffer from being "good enough" - looking
> at the prices they get for cubicles, I can really see how Pixar
> decided to offer it's workers an alternative to cubicles...
I've seen companies spend *MORE* on cubes than real offices would have
The other thing is arranging them in a way that wastes the most space
possible. I've seen so many times where they make a walkway all around
the cubes calling it convienient, when a single hallway would have
wasted less space, given more privacy, and reduced costs.
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