A Window Office

I Have an office at work. It’s a typical office with walls, a door, an adjacent window into the hallway, a white board, and a seldom used pencil-cup. I actually spend the majority of my time at the office in that office, but in the mornings, when time and schedules allow, I like to take my laptop to the cafe on campus. There, I’ll get a cup of coffee, perhaps a bagel or cup of warm cream-of-wheat, and take a seat up against the broad wall of windows. Using the fast wireless network I can sift through emails, prioritize bugs and tasks, prepare for meetings and do pretty much any and everything i would do in my office, but with a full view of the campus and lots of sky and sunlight. It’s quite refreshing and takes the ‘hovel’ feeling out of the workday.

The View From Cafe Macs


Written by gsm

11/28/2006 at 9:34 am

Posted in  Journal 

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  1. Who needs a wireless network? Sometimes a window view of people going about their activities is all that’s needed to really feel “connected”.


    11/28/2006 at 12:55 pm

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