Monday, June 25, 2007
The Guardian has a rather sad story today, an interview with Mark Sheahan, the British Library's first inventor in residence. Sheahan says: "I like to think inventors have moved on from the garden shed. To a degree, we've moved out of the shed and we're now in the office. I'm not sure we like the office, but we're doing it because we have to adapt." At a time when increasing numbers of people are in fact RETURNING to the garden shed and garden offices to work, it seems a shame that he doesn't back the shedworking ethic. You can read the rest of the sorry article here.
Posted by alex johnson at 9:41 AM