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Cubical Land meets VR?

We own this desk. Practical maybe. But prison comes in many forms. We recently tried to give away many of these 'workstations' and the salvage value will buy you a nice cup of tea. (Coffee is more expensive).

Is there a future for such work places? After 2020 zooms from the spare bedroom or backyard swing, will people return to this kind of workspace? Should they have been liberated a long time ago?

If this isn't the future, what is it?

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