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Snip from Bob Morrisette <writer1 -at- SABU -dot- EBAY -dot- SUN -dot- COM>
"In the old days ... most writers ... worked in offices. After that, ...
[because] we could [supposedly] communicate better by hanging our head over
the cube wall to .. shout a message to someone several cubes away. I just
moved into my office at the new Sun factory ... Everyone has a hi-tech
office with gobs of modular storage..."
For that you have DILBERT to thank. (See January issue of "Reason