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Subject:Re: Sorry to interrupt... From:Sam Buttice <sbuttice -at- TRANSPORT -dot- BOMBARDIER -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 2 Jun 1999 09:06:38 -0400
I work in a cubicle that is shared with three other TWs. The partition wall
located directly in front me faces a busy passage-way and is low enough for
anyone over 5 ft. tall to look over and see what I'm doing.
When I need to concentrate, I go upstairs in the cafeteria, sit next to a
large corner window, and work for a few hours. If anybody asks, I tell
them I always wanted a large office with a corner window.