common time-management mistake: rack & stack

Ray Soucy rps at
Fri Feb 17 14:13:54 UTC 2012


On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 3:17 AM, Brandon Butterworth
<brandon at> wrote:
> It's not a waste, it's therapeutic, breaks the monotony of a desk
> job, you get a bit of exercise. Doing something mindless can help
> clear your thoughts, engineering yoga.


One of the reasons I love my job so much is that I don't need to be
stuck at a keyboard all the time.

I usually "volunteer" to help rack and stack new hardware that I
haven't had a chance to touch yet.  "For humans, touch can connect you
to an object in a very personal way, make it seem more real."

: )

Ray Soucy

Epic Communications Specialist

Phone: +1 (207) 561-3526

Networkmaine, a Unit of the University of Maine System

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