Link’n’Blogs – 4.8.16 – Your Desk Is a Drug

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I loved Lincoln Logs when I was a kid. Though I never entertained the idea that I would be a designer, engineer or architect, something about putting together these wooden and plastic pieces was simply simple fun. Connecting to ideas through the blogosphere seems similar to this pursuit, hence the title of this weekly post. Each Friday, I intend to post something interesting I’ve read out there on the internets. Hopefully others will find these posts as thought provoking as I have.

I spent a few hours this week redesigning my office space. It wasn’t a major overhaul; I simply felt that I wanted the spring to have a different resonance in terms of my workspace and moving furniture around and changing things up in my office has been something of an annual tradition. And then I read Your Desk Is a Drug. Really interesting thoughts here about what your work space means and what you think it means.

Your Desk Is a Drug

by M. Asher Stephenson

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