Yet more cubicle commentary

In a further attempt to have a discussion with my work mates in the most public manner possible, Ian (my nominal boss, although we have very few bossly interactions) comments

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He does two things. First, he misinterprets the porn surfing at work comment. I haven’t porn surfed at work, and I’m certainly not bored this week (heck, I’ve had two meetings this morning, and an off to my third in a second, how could I possibly be bored?). That was a “quote” from an interview candidate’s blog which my mate at the security company had to deal with.

Secondly, further cubicle commentary clarification is required. I didn’t mean to imply that all of my coworkers interrupt me. There are a specific couple to blame, and I certainly wasn’t thinking of Ian. Then again, it does sound like Ian has a guilty conscience here.

Finally, it’s ironic that our internal technical blogging isn’t as lively as I had hoped. The external blogging about each other certainly seems to be hotting up. Perhaps there is hope for us after all.

[tags: cubicle work]