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Aditu
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I am sorting through mountains of paper in my office and wondered what yours look like. If you don't have a work office, you can talk about your home desk.

1. Can you see the top of your desk? If so share the secret. If not how many inches of stuff do you have on yours.

2. Do you have more paper or less as technology has increased in your life?

3. If you are messy/cluttered can you find things? If you are a filer, do you remember where you filed stuff?

4. Share a story related to cleaning or lack of order


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1. Can you see the top of your desk? If so share the secret. If not how many inches of stuff do you have on yours.

I can see small parts of the surface. Currently I would guess the average depth of stuff is about eight inches. Most of it is computers, monitors, manuals, CDs, software boxes, computer hardware and bits of hardware/software/documentation from my job. There's a pile of medical documentation too.

2. Do you have more paper or less as technology has increased in your life?

Less paper, but piles of backup CDs and old hard drives and external drives and USB drives. I think I have backups of virtually everything I've done electronically since about 1993.

3. If you are messy/cluttered can you find things? If you are a filer, do you remember where you filed stuff?

I have a piling system. The bits that make up any given pile of stuff will generally have some sort of relationship to one another which I will remember.

4. Share a story related to cleaning or lack of order

Not a story, exactly, but I make a point of buying the exact same brand and type of socks when I buy them. That way I don't ever have to worry about matching them up and I can just keep them in a large mesh bag [Smile]

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1. Can you see the top of your desk? If so share the secret. If not how many inches of stuff do you have on yours.
Yes. I have obsessive-compulsive-disorder. And one of my obsessions is a spotless workspace. My stuff is always lined up neatly, paper is always put away, garbage is thrown out, etc.

2. Do you have more paper or less as technology has increased in your life?
Probably more, actually. Nothing works for me for scribbling notes quite like a pad & paper.

3. If you are messy/cluttered can you find things? If you are a filer, do you remember where you filed stuff?
If I've put something away in a desk drawer, I can find it instantly. But once its made it to my 'filed away' area, I have to search and search and search.

4. Share a story related to cleaning or lack of order
Don't really have one that I can think of.

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1. Can you see the top of your desk? If so share the secret. If not how many inches of stuff do you have on yours.
A clear desk at work is easy - we have quite strict security policies in that area, which means that thay have to provide you with enough (lockable) cupboards and draws.
At home I only have a small desk, so keeping it clear has two advantages: the first is I get some room for my elbows, and the second is my iMac looks nicer without the garbage round it.

2. Do you have more paper or less as technology has increased in your life?
About the same - the technlogy has replaced some paper, but now I have manuals, books, and magazines all about how the technology will simplify my life!

3. If you are messy/cluttered can you find things? If you are a filer, do you remember where you filed stuff?
I'm a filer... but only because I do not have enough room to do things any other way. Normally I know exactly where everything is...unless Mrs Grummash has been "tidying up"!

4. Share a story related to cleaning or lack of order
I don't have a story, but I would like to ask a question of the ladies....
Do you store your CDs and/or records in alphabetical order?

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1. Can you see the top of your desk? If so share the secret. If not how many inches of stuff do you have on yours.
Yes, in patches. Pile and shove.

2. Do you have more paper or less as technology has increased in your life?
I prefer to read things in hard copy so it's about the same really.

3. If you are messy/cluttered can you find things? If you are a filer, do you remember where you filed stuff?
As long as no one touches my piles I can always find what I need. I file things when I no longer need them on a daily basis, and most of the time I can remember where it all went. Unless I play an evil joke on myself and rearrange my files.

4. Share a story related to cleaning or lack of order
A while back I gave my desk a good solid cleaning. I do this from time to time, but this was before my boss decided to keeop his old laptop on my desk, so the thing was completely clear. I still had my stuff up o the shelves, in the drawers, and on the wall, but the top was picture perfect.

My labmates thought I'd quit grad school.

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1. Can you see the top of your desk? If so share the secret. If not how many inches of stuff do you have on yours.
Well, at work my desk is very clean, but that's only because I get moved from desk to desk each project so there isn't time for any serious accumulation. [Big Grin] At home, however...I think there might be actual strata built up on the computer desk.

2. Do you have more paper or less as technology has increased in your life?
More. Definitely. What with owener's manuals, boxes you can't throw away, and a printer or three hanging around, there's no question.

3. If you are messy/cluttered can you find things? If you are a filer, do you remember where you filed stuff?
I can generally find things, unless I haven't needed it for three months or more. In that case, it's lost to the aether, until it turns up sometime later when I'm urgently looking for something else.

4. Share a story related to cleaning or lack of order
There was one time I was hanging out at a friend's house, and my boyfriend at the time left to do some sort of small errand. When he didn't get back after 2 hours, I was so worried I started cleaning the house. By the time he got back, it looked better than it had in years. [Big Grin] Kind of a pity it wasn't mine.

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1. Can you see the top of your desk? If so share the secret. If not how many inches of stuff do you have on yours.
Until I started cleaning, you could see only patches of the top. Most of my stacks were between 4-6 inches tall.

2. Do you have more paper or less as technology has increased in your life?
If something is important, I must print it out to read it. I don't really see typos on a screen.

3. If you are messy/cluttered can you find things? If you are a filer, do you remember where you filed stuff?
I ususally can find something in my stacks. I'm cleaning on my boss's suggestion.

4. Share a story related to cleaning or lack of order.
Last time I had a big clean up, I found a tape of a conversation with HR. Three HR heads ago, she used to tape our conversations. So I turned the tables and always brought my own recorder too. She didn't like it, but couldn't say anything. Not sad when she left at all. The Paranoid psycho!

CDs question - Mine are in a huge pile right now to be out of my daughter's reach, but when I had them in my CD holder I arranged them by genre. My LPs are still by genre. Yes I still have a turntable.

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I keep my desk at work much cleaner/neater than I do my room at home. It's so much easier to get a filing system going at work. Jonathan and I have determined to make proper use of our respective filing cabinets when we get our apartment.

The picture of my desk is somewhat old. An artist sits there part-time during the day, so we've gotten rid of the stacked bins and moved my radio over so she can fit what looks like a letter-sized easel in front of the lamp. At the end of my night, I put away my tally sheets, line up my containers of pens and sticky notes, and clean the crumbs off my desk. It's so nice to have a neat desk!

Joy, oh joy I get to move to a new house on 20 May. Which means I'll need to pack up all my stuff. I'm not looking forward to it, but at least I'll be able to start fresh!*

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1. Can you see the top of your desk? If so share the secret. If not how many inches of stuff do you have on yours.
Top of my desk? What's that? [Wink]

But seriously...I had tidied up my desk a few weeks ago, so more surface area is visible. However, the mass of papers is shifting, and there is very little area free on the periphery of it. I make a concerted effort to keep the area in front of my keyboard free, so my hands are not sat atop a pile of papers. Usually I just keep one sheet of scrap paper there to write quick notes on.

My home desk is very clear, as it is quite small, and holds my Mini - I need room for my keyboard and mouse, and there is really no room to clutter up. All other surface areas nearby are thoroughly cluttered. [Razz]

2. Do you have more paper or less as technology has increased in your life?
More! I like paper for reviewing things, as it's easy read large documents, to proof things, and to cross items off lists. Whenever people send me large lists of convoluted junk (this one person refuses to use spreadsheets, and only sends me Word docs), I print them (usually 2-up), and reconcile them by hand, checking off all the items. Manuals in PDF format - straight off to the nearest lpr!

3. If you are messy/cluttered can you find things? If you are a filer, do you remember where you filed stuff?
Yes, I know where things are in my piles of paper. Organize them and I'm lost.

4. Share a story related to cleaning or lack of order
Recently I've been making an effort to clear up some clutter @home, and I decided to empty out this book/magazine holder that really needed a proper dusting/cleaning. What did I find buried in there? B&W negatives from '99!

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1. Can you see the top of your desk? If so share the secret. If not how many inches of stuff do you have on yours.
At work, we don't have assigned spaces because we have more techs then stations (just not everyone in at one time). The result is that my space at work stays clean. Moreover, there isn't a lot of stuff at work that can pile up -- very little paper paperwork.

2. Do you have more paper or less as technology has increased in your life?
Seems to be decreasing. ... Books on the other hand increase, does that count as paper, because I think of paper as loose sheets or bound reports.

3. If you are messy/cluttered can you find things? If you are a filer, do you remember where you filed stuff?

In general I'm a slob. For the most part, I remember where I put things. That said, I lost my phone in bedroom -- I tossed it across the room, and even now that the room is clean the phone is MIA. Really need to figgure out what happened to it.

4. Share a story related to cleaning or lack of order
No, I shall not.

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quote:
Originally posted by dragonman97:
...I decided to empty out this book/magazine holder that really needed a proper dusting/cleaning. What did I find buried in there? B&W negatives from '99!

So - what were these negatives, that you felt the need to hide them in the magazine rack? [Razz] [Big Grin]

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quote:
Originally posted by Grummash:
quote:
Originally posted by dragonman97:
...I decided to empty out this book/magazine holder that really needed a proper dusting/cleaning. What did I find buried in there? B&W negatives from '99!

So - what were these negatives, that you felt the need to hide them in the magazine rack? [Razz] [Big Grin]
Haha...nothing of the sort... I was just looking for some place to put them...and that's where they ended up. I sort of miss working in the dark room, though. I should scan these things in at some point - some of the shots are pretty nice.

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1. Can you see the top of your desk? If so share the secret. If not how many inches of stuff do you have on yours.
Right now, yes, but usually it's horrific. I'm terrible at putting things away, and will always set them down on the nearest surface. As a result, there are always beauty products, empty food cartons, random bits of paper, photos, jewellery... all kinds of things that don't belong on a desk... on my desk [Razz] .

2. Do you have more paper or less as technology has increased in your life?
More. I'm paranoid. I have paper copies as well as CD's and memory-sticked versions of everything I write. Or, should do, anyway.

3. If you are messy/cluttered can you find things? If you are a filer, do you remember where you filed stuff?
I'm both, and yes, I can usually find things, but with minimal efficiency, and far more faffing about than is necessary. My filing system consists of three cute indigo magazine racks from Habitat, with old payslips and bank statements shoved into them haphazardly, with recipes and birthday cards sticking out at angles.

4. Share a story related to cleaning or lack of order
Okay, this is an embarassing and kinda gross one from the other week. Strictly a one off, though, I assure you! We had friends coming over for dinner, and my room was a total mess, with my clothes on the floor from where I had taken them off the night before. I was in a mad rush, so I just kicked the dirty clothes under the bed in the hope that no one would notice. My friends and I all got pretty hammered that night, and my mate Dave and I were play-fighting, as you do when you've had one too many. He trapped my between my bed and the wall, so I literally could not move, and started tickling me. He reached down to tickle my feet, and came up with a handful of... my dirty underwear. Yep, lovely. [Razz]

Oh, and
quoting Grummash:
Do you store your CDs and/or records in alphabetical order?
Yes, I do - by band name/artist surname, then by album title. The one thing I'm quite anal about [Big Grin] .

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quote:
Originally posted by Skylar:
Oh, and quoting Grummash:
Do you store your CDs and/or records in alphabetical order?
Yes, I do - by band name/artist surname, then by album title. The one thing I'm quite anal about.

Thanks Skylar, and Aditu too - this information is quite reassuring. You see, the reason why I directed the question only at the ladies of GC is because Mrs Grummash says that storing CDs & LPs alphabetically is a weird 'boy thing'... and I was sure that sensible people of both genders would do things that way. [Big Grin]

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Meanwhile, I look at this and think "Sort what?"

Isn't that what iTunes is for? [Wink]

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1. Can you see the top of your desk? If so share the secret. If not how many inches of stuff do you have on yours.

Between 0-18 because I am moving out of my dorm room and going back home.

2. Do you have more paper or less as technology has increased in your life?

About the same.

3. If you are messy/cluttered can you find things? If you are a filer, do you remember where you filed stuff?

Varies based on mood.

4. Share a story related to cleaning or lack of order

We get graded on how clean our rooms are in the Dorm... One day the assistant dean left "Why Bother?" as my grade.

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1. Can you see the top of your desk? If so share the secret. If not how many inches of stuff do you have on yours.

Yes, my desk is neat. Secret? Filing is billable, too. Other secret? I'm so flakey if I didn't file I'd be lost. Other secret? If my desk is messy, then I'm grumpy. Really grumpy.

2. Do you have more paper or less as technology has increased in your life?

About the same.

3. If you are messy/cluttered can you find things? If you are a filer, do you remember where you filed stuff?

Oh yes, I'm a compulsive cataloger. Again, if I didn't do it, I'd be lost.

4. Share a story related to cleaning or lack of order.

I won a very large lawsuit this year. My attorney told me my initial synopsis of the case was better than a lot of briefs he'd seen. It all started with the filing, cataloging and indexing of what happened.

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quote:
Originally posted by skylar:
He reached down to tickle my feet, and came up with a handful of... my dirty underwear. Yep, lovely. [Razz]

Well, it was your room and therefore his risk. Was he also embarassed?

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Let' just put it like this: if I were to whack someone on the head with that stack of reports that I haven't been putting away for the past month or so, the skull fragments will be found at least ten feet away from the place where the poor fellow was originally standing. Well, not that anybody would be able to lift the said stack - doing so will result in slow and painful death from suffocation while being buried under a mountain of paper.
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comrade: Me thinks you need anger management courses. [Wink]

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1. Can you see the top of your desk? If so share the
secret. If not how many inches of stuff do you have on yours.


As you can see I'm the only one left with these 15 year
old anthro carts so there's not really anywhere for things to pile up.
There's a filing cabinet to my right and a credenza next to it
that are for piling things on.

2. Do you have more paper or less as technology has increased in your life?

More. All the orders still come through on paper and now the in-plant
tracking requires a batch sheet with a upc code that travels with
each order and each work station scans. So with more tech comes
more paper.

3. If you are messy/cluttered can you find things? If you are a filer, do you remember where you filed stuff?

I have been known to file things so well they can never be recovered.
When I file somthing it stays filed!

4. Share a story related to cleaning or lack of order.

The company owner may have a touch of OCD about order. His
brother the co-owner is not so neat. A couple of months back
the brother goes away for a couple weeks and I don't think he was
to the airport before the owner was in there with our PC/network
tech. "What's this? Is this needed? What are these?" Old RAM,
SCSI cards, 10 mbs ethernet cards, on and on. I got in early to
grab the things a knew were needed.

It was a couple of weeks after the brother was back before everything
that was actually needed was recovered.

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quote:
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comrade: Me thinks you need anger management courses. [Wink]

True, but when your boss wants you to do his work yet the idea of promoting you never crosses his mind, what you really need is a nice clue stick, AKA Lousville Slugger. Or, better yet, a clue pellet dispenser, commonly referred to as <insert your favorite assault rifle make and model.>
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quote:
Originally posted by Xanthine:
quote:
Originally posted by skylar:
He reached down to tickle my feet, and came up with a handful of... my dirty underwear. Yep, lovely. [Razz]

Well, it was your room and therefore his risk. Was he also embarassed?
Nah, he loved it. I think he threw them across the living room at my other friends. He has teased me about it relentlessly ever since. I'm currently thinking of how best to serve up my revenge [evil]

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quote:
Originally posted by skylar:
quote:
Originally posted by Xanthine:
quote:
Originally posted by skylar:
He reached down to tickle my feet, and came up with a handful of... my dirty underwear. Yep, lovely. [Razz]

Well, it was your room and therefore his risk. Was he also embarassed?
Nah, he loved it. I think he threw them across the living room at my other friends. He has teased me about it relentlessly ever since. I'm currently thinking of how best to serve up my revenge [evil]
I hope you've counted your underwear to make sure he didn't steal a pair while the hilarity ensued [Wink]

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