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    Cybermagell​an

    So me and a few other engineers moved workstations today...just thought I would post some pictures.


    Workstation LeftWorkstation Right
    Left Side                                   Right Side

    It's really bright cause.....I GOT A WINDOW SEAT!!!

    And with my stuff in it...


    Workstation Full

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    jamie

    slick cube..

    *we had got some used ones back in the day - with brown trim and beige baffling... all scratched up. they looked great... Tongue Out

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    Angus

    That looks great. Really tidy and clean (just as a workplace should be).

    Angus Higgins

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    Lloyd_Humph

    I'd hate to work in a cube... much prefer to do programming at home at my desk in my house drinking my drinks etc. I would mind, but I'd just prefer to work from home.

    If Blackberrys are addictive cellphones, Channel9 is the ultimate addictive website.
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    kettch

    Lloyd_Humph wrote:
    I'd hate to work in a cube... much prefer to do programming at home at my desk in my house drinking my drinks etc. I would mind, but I'd just prefer to work from home.


    On the other hand, it's nice being able to drink the company's drinks.

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    jamie

    unless it's koolaid Wink

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    Zeus

    What is it with Americans and cubicles ??

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    jamie

    cubes are good - if only to dampen the chatter of sales guys in a warehouse Perplexed

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    NJBrad

    Cubicles (and other temporary walls) are deductible while they are being used.  Walls, doors and other permanent improvements are only tax deductible when the company sells it's facilties or moves out when the lease is up.

    It's just not worth the money to have real walls for most people.

    Anything else that is said about one study or another is just BS to hide the fact that it's all about money.

    Here's a link to someone who can say it better than I JOS

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    jb43081

    Cybermagellan wrote:
    So me and a few other engineers moved workstations today...just thought I would post some pictures.


    Workstation LeftWorkstation Right
    Left Side                                   Right Side

    It's really bright cause.....I GOT A WINDOW SEAT!!!

    And with my stuff in it...


    Workstation Full


    Looked great until I saw the Steelers jacket! Mad

    Go Browns! (Stop laughing, our time will come! Big Smile )

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    harumscarum

        Didn't notice the steelers jacket, your cube mates better watch their knees.

    I don't mind cubes but I hate working in places with no windows.

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    Zeus

    NJBrad wrote:
    Cubicles (and other temporary walls) are deductible while they are being used.  Walls, doors and other permanent improvements are only tax deductible when the company sells it's facilties or moves out when the lease is up.

    It's just not worth the money to have real walls for most people.

    Anything else that is said about one study or another is just BS to hide the fact that it's all about money.

    Here's a link to someone who can say it better than I JOS

    Rather than cubicles or real walls ... how about some open spaces ... with no walls. How's that for an idea ... :o

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    Massif

    Stuff that, with WiFi and laptops we could all work outside when the weather is nice... That would be awesome.

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    Zeus

    Not if you live in Iceland / Sweden like me ... almoust never laptop-friendly weather

    Sad

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