Anyway I've found a new idle hobby: browsing through the images of the space in which people work on Flickr's Workspace Karma Pool and workspace.
There is something oddly compelling about workspaces. They are a reflection of our passions, desires, neurosese, habits, beliefs and ideosyncracies - a sort of voyeurism of the soul.
Voyeurism in general seems rampant on the web. Anyone who comments on FaceBook will mention the compulsively stalkerish aspect of it.
Privacy, at least as baby boomers understand it, will become a scarce and valuable commodity over the next fifty years.
Addendum: Also, what is with men and Moleskine notebooks? They're great, but most of the satisfaction in them comes from telling other
This creates a pyramid-scheme-style cascade of smugness, starting with the likes of Mark Twain 100 years ago and carrying on to the present day.
And of course they are great. I mean they really are. They perfectly designed notebooks, and they cost a little more than most, but it's worth it.