Desktop dining: good, bad and getting ugly

The administrative assistant and her two desk neighbors once sat near Alex, a colleague who chewed loudly and dripped his day-old jelly doughnuts. Their pleas to the manager to put a curtain around his desk were unsuccessful.

That meant they were forced to watch the day that his mess jammed nearly every key on his keyboard. Upon seeing it, the tech-support guy snapped on a pair of latex gloves like a seasoned proctologist and slammed the keyboard hard against the floor. —Jared SandbergDesktop dining: good, bad and getting ugly (Baltimore Sun)

That’s why I try to keep a supply of Powerbars in the office. They don’t make crumbs. File this under technology.