A desk job

Simone tagged me in a meme. I don’t like memes but I get tagged in too few of them to take a stance. So here’s my desk, for the next four days and two hours.

These were taken with my iPhone and without much care.

I tag Amy (because she asked for it) and Anna (because she’s a professional student so it might be inspiring).


Lee Shelton says:

Much more organized than I would have imagined. And the Dilbert cartoons are a nice touch.

By the way, where do you keep those new cover sheets for your TPS reports? You did get that memo, right?

Nathan says:

The TPS reports? I gave them to Milton to staple.

The Dilbert comics are an essential touch. One is about Dilbert being compensated for not getting a raise by being given two monitors. It was in the paper the day I got my second monitor.

The empty frame in the last shot normally has my crisis communication plan in it with "In Case of Emergency Break Glass" written on it – but I'm updating it before I leave.

simone r says:

is it always that tidy?

Ali says:

It's not a meme! I very deliberately didn't call it a meme! Anyway, thanks for participating. Your desk does look very organised, though it looks all a bit gloomy, like someone needs to open a blind somewhere …
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Goannatree says:

ok…so i am slack and i'm kind of a january hiatus – but i didn't tell anyone – so i have slated a response to your tag for February! I think my view and the outside of the building are going to be more inspirational than a desk – my building is a Tower, like seriously, it is round! and i overlook the old entry to the priory – like literally a pre 15c. gate to where the Bishop lived….

Goannatree says:

Alright…done….finally – just for you

Now you have to come and tell me if it's inspiring or not!
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