Well, you know...cubes seem to be the most common...but I like to think of a cubicle as a creative box...one where the mind is to be stimulated by the surroundings to promote the production of the task at hand...such as converting bash scripts to PERL by listening to the Cranberries or having photos of home (I'm relocated from what used to be home) reminding me of the reason I trudge all day through numbers.
I also like decorations that cause people to remain curious as to who you are...they all keep busy with the fear of getting to know who you really are...so you get to get the work done. But yeah...mostly the cube...I don't have a wireless nic, so the cube is my home away from my home which is also away from my home...hmmmm...
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