Categories Here is my Memes rule, pass it on Photos My desk (at home) Post date Sun 27 June 2004 7 Comments on My desk (at home) I’m always more than willing to steal a good idea when I see it. Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInReddit 7 Comments on My desk (at home) By Daniel Bowen Transport blogger / campaigner and spokesperson for the Public Transport Users Association / professional geek. Bunurong land, Melbourne, Australia. Opinions on this blog are all mine. View Archive → ← Gastronomic delights → Weekend (more-or-less in order) 7 replies on “My desk (at home)” Boxed of recycked tissues???? Um…okay. It might e just me, but I reckon you can always tell the desk of an IT/computer expert/geek guycompared to a regular office monkey. The IT person sees the computer as a work tool and subsequently the desk is usually a riot of peripherals, papers, discs and detritus. The regular office types tend to keep their desks much cleaner and orderly. Is that a fair comment? sounds like a fair comment to me. mine is usually a complete wreck with computer crap, a quick look round the it department seems to agree with you as well Heh… it’s looking a little more like mine. You just need the cats on the monitors and a few food wrappers here and there. I figure you can a lot about a person from their desk. Hmmmm, you are way tidier than me. I read recently something to the effect of: “Strong poets [writers/artists] steal good ideas. Weak ones just imitate them.” My desk is messy and I’m an IT professional. I hate admin in general so I’m not proving one theory or another with my admission :D I think I like Meme’s Memes are not new, but participating in them is new … for me at least. Apparently it’s something an “average Australian” does these days. :D I’m a bit behind, but I’ll start with the desk – since I’m sitting at it. I’ll get to the… Comments are closed.