The coolest office ever?

Nothing of interest to report today other than to say that I spent most of the day at the office. Normally that wouldn’t be very interesting but I do now have an interesting office. It’s on a ship. A battleship built in 1918 and moored in the Thames opposite Inner Temple. It’s on the edge of the City and two minutes walk along the river from Blackfrairs. If you are in the area, drop me a line (with some warning) and I’ll show you around.

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4 Responses to The coolest office ever?

  1. Alonso says:

    Really cool place! Next time in London I’ll visit you, sure.

  2. Ellen says:

    It certainly seems an impressive office – and great location.

  3. Matt says:

    Ha ha… that is extremely cool! What a great idea!

  4. Richard Watson says:

    Of course one problem is that you can’t control the people! Yesterday morning was fine – peace and quiet. But the afternoon included several people talking loudly on mobiles and a pair doing an online meeting – also very loud. As a result I couldn’t think. What was fascinating about this was that there seemed to be a generational split at work. The older people (that’s probably me) were very aware of the needs of others in the space but it seemed that some of the younger people were blissfully unaware or maybe just didn’t care. What I’m getting at here, I think, is whether or not the lack of situational awareness is generational and cultural or is linked to the use of certain technology.

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