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What’s your Desktop Strategy? Do you think there is value in clutter?

Labrat is an ongoing series where the 99 test out new approaches to productivity. This time they got inspired by the post “Ugly Productivity: 5 Steps to a Distraction-free Workspace” and started clearing their deskstops. Their observations were :

“Ultimately, desks are highly personal spaces: What works perfectly for one person can present a perfect mess for another.”

Somehow, i see a co-relation between a workspace and a workstation(desktop) and in my case both are cluttered.

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