The Office Issue: Life Among the Cubicles

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08/19/2009 4:00 AM |

The office is one of New York’s central meeting spaces, a prime unit of this city’s social structure. For some it is a place of stress and aggravation, offering little in the way of happiness or satisfaction; for others, it can be a deeply fulfilling place where lifelong partnerships are formed and much fun is had. For Ed Park, in his memoir, Inside the Pre-Internet Office, the office was a place to quietyly read 17th-century treatises on human emotion; for Cal Morgan, one of our many office (or ex-office) interviewees, the office is where he hangs out with his wife; and for those of you for whom the office is a second home, we’ve come up with some great courses to make it just a little bit happier. THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID.