CEO at Econsultancy
06 April 2006 10:28am
Recently in the office we have been intrigued to learn of the work environments of Messrs Gates and Sullivan.
- Bill clocks up three monitors to keep him productive: see the photographic evidence at http://money.cnn.com/2006/03/30/news/newsmakers/gates_howiwork_fortune/
- Danny matches Bill's efforts with a recent upgrade to 3 monitors too: http://daggle.com/060223-231233.html
Here at E-consultancy.com we like to start people with 5 monitors and quickly get them up to speed with a full suite of 9 for maximum productivity.
Here's our Editor's workstation for example...
I myself am typing this looking at my monitor no. 15 with an additional set of detachable fingers whilst simultaneously working on other much more important things...
Chief Analytics Officer at Kwantic Oy
10 April 2006 13:56pm
Interesting concept, especially if you combine your multi-tasking with a neural network. You could then predict the optimium non linear approach to completing all your tasks simultaneously allowing you to optimize the process funnel, thus cutting costs considerably.
Or not. ;o)
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