In a recent Wired magazine article …

1st August, 2013 - Posted by Jeffrey S. Weil, MCR.h, SIOR - No Comments

In a recent Wired magazine article, a number of tech workers based in the South of Market business district Wired its self has its headquarters there and is celebrating its 20th anniversary.  “The typical work-space is open, with simple drawer-less desks in a row or small clusters.   Most offices have a few giant rubber-ball seats, some standing desks, the occasional treadmill.  There is also a stark absence of paper, often there is not a sheet: no books, no paper on the walls, no binders or pads.  The long-prophesied, paperless office has arrived.  Only toys, beverage containers, keyboards and headphones sit on the desk … during the workday, the headphones provide a virtual cubical to block distractions.”

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