By watching twitter messages go by the other night I found this thing called ficlets. It´s some kind of mashup between a wiki and a blog. And it´s one of these things that really works well within the internet. Anyone can submit a short story and anyone can either write a prequel or a sequel to that story. So you never know where the story is going, when or even if it´s going to end. It´s all user generated and some of the stuff is really good.
He sat in his cubicle, eyes fixed blandly on the computer screen.
Jen, one of his co-workers, knocked on the wall and said, “Jason, I know you’re busy, but can you run metrics on project 4-5-1-20-8 please?”
There was no response. He didn’t even turn to look at her.
Another moment passed in silence. “Okay, great. Thanks,” Jen said, walking back towards her own cubicle. “Ass.”
Ten minutes passed. His monitor went dark for a moment, then the screensaver started up. His eyes never left the monitor, now awash in swirls and shapes.
His manager, Erin, walked into his pod. “Nice screensaver,” she said brusquely. She dropped a sheaf of papers onto his desk, inches from his hand, which rested on top of his mouse. “Can you rework this presentation? Make it fancier for the client. By COB today, if you can.” She turned and left.
Throughout the day, others came and went, and Jason never spoke. He never moved. He never agreed or refused to anything at all.
In diesem Blog halte ich meine persönlichen Beobachtungen und Gedanken zu den verschiedensten Themen fest. Meistens hat es irgendwas mit Menschen, Marken und Kommunikation zu tun. Manchmal ist es auch was anderes. Dabei handelt es sich aber ausschließlich um meine persönliche Meinung und nicht notwendigerweise die meines Arbeitgebers.
Sollte sich hier der ein oder andere nützliche Gedanke finden, so kann er gerne weiterverwendet werden.
Falls ich hier etwas falsch darstellen sollte, bitte ich um eine kurze Nachricht, damit ich mich korrigieren kann.
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