Scott Adams approached IDEO to create Dilbert's Ultimate Cubicle,
an attempt to address the myriad issues connected with
partition-based offices. The result is a modular cubicle that allows
each worker to select the components and create a space based on his
or her tastes and lifestyle.
Duff Wire, Dilbert's Ultimate Cubicle
I don't know if I would love to work in such a cubicle, or want to run away
as quickly as possible. I mean, I love the idea of flippable floor modules
and the pop-up floor storage but
indicator and the snap hammock are
scary; a way to spend way too much time at the office slaving away
for “The Man.”
And I'm still of the opinion that cubicles are
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