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But I guess you could call me that. I prefer 'interested' and 'proactive' and 'communicative' though. If I see a document on the printer or on someone's desk that could be useful, I ask the person about it. ("This looks great, could I get a copy?" vs. "Why haven't I seen this yet? Blah, blah, blah.") Often, an interesting conversation takes place as a result and we end up trading all kinds of information.
If something is clearly personal, I leave it alone.
And, yes, I prefer being around others as well. I was given an office, but hated the isolation and moved back.
Technical Communications Mgr.
TSW Solutions, Inc.
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