Who you sit next to is one of the biggest factors in how your work-life runs. Maybe you’re sitting next to that lady who snacks constantly, or the guy who is always on the phone. This worker sits next to Ed, and lots of people want to know where Ed is.
He or she apparently got asked enough to make a simple, idiot-proof flowchart to put on the back of the monitor. Unfortunately, nothing is truly idiot-proof as we’re sure you know, so it probably only helped a little bit. Might need to come up with another one.
A wedding is almost always a wonderful celebration. What better way to celebrate someone's impending nuptials than with a handmade gift? The coworkers of this blushing bride have the right idea. She's a project manager for the office, and her coworkers went the extra mile in making a special something with a white hard hat, a hefty dose of pearls, and a short lace train.
We don't know if this is just something that she could feasibly use in her work, or if it's a statement about her. Or, maybe it's a statement about her AND the kind of person she's marrying.
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Have you ever been “in the zone?” Sometimes it's called hacking your flow, or something stupid like that. People who work in what might be called an art form love it when this happens. Time disappears, problems get solved, and distractions are costly.
Now, not many people would call programming an art form, but there are some similarities. If programmers are disrupted, they can get cranky. This sign is a warning about the best way to make your presence known. We'd like to know how many people actually do this. We absolutely would, but some people are just too busy to slow down.
This Place Is Wild
Keep your eyes open for the beasts of the office building, and you might be able to put together a set of pictures like this one. You'll also need to convince your coworkers to help you out, but that shouldn't be too hard, right?
From birds and dogs to primates and undersea creatures, lots of the animal kingdom gets to make an appearance. Each one can be tailored to the person's look or personality, or you could just create something wholesale. Either way, it's bound to be a blast for everyone involved.
Who Came Up With That Term, Anyway?
If you have trouble with your browser, you've probably contacted IT and been asked to delete your cookies. They're the way websites track your usage, and you've undoubtedly had to click through a couple of messages about them.
If a website or browser isn't working the way it should, step one is to clear your cookies. This is fine for most people, but not everyone. Don't worry CM, it's just an industry term. The name came from web-browser programmer Lou Montulli, who derived it from the term “magic cookie,” which is a package of data a program receives and then sends back unchanged. That term first appeared in 1979.