V10 meets H3

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Surely it's the curse of the modern world that so many people now work at a computer while the compter also provides the biggest distraction from work ever devised ... (Dave Gorman)

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Don't you just love being first in?

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All the office lights are off, the corridors are all echoes and dark corners.
25th Feb 2009, 08:52  

nige says:

I've seen that sight a few times myself. Ding!

25th Feb 2009, 09:18

taniwha says:

I like the slight sense of Marie Celeste I get from the open microwave scene too.

25th Feb 2009, 09:52

munchausen says:

All the office lights are off, the corridors are all echoes and dark corners
in which anyone could be hiding

25th Feb 2009, 10:48

someone should be flogged to within an inch of their life with organic sustainable birch twigs for not switching that microwave off!

25th Feb 2009, 11:38

Javama says:

Creepy though!

25th Feb 2009, 14:14

Wendle says:

I was the first in work this morning also. At 8.15am. And i will be doing this 3 days a week. Gah.
As for not switching things off, i had a massive tsk at one of the doctors for leaving his computer on all night. TSK!

25th Feb 2009, 15:36

taniwha says:

I'm often one of the first in. I think of that magic hour between 7-8 when I seem to be really productive.

Munch - nah, this is a pretty friendly feeling space most of the time.

We got a letter from teh Vice Chancellor about what we will be doing to cope with the recession the other day and turning stuff was mentioned in that.

25th Feb 2009, 16:05

well done wendle, a good TSK can work wonders!

26th Feb 2009, 22:13

SLG says:

I always like to be first in, always got more done in that time.

28th Feb 2009, 13:51