Engineering Pop Culture!
Check out user-submitted photos of some astonishingly messy engineering work stations. It's clearly a sign of genius.
Mike Burr, Jacksonville, FL
The first three are the panorama for my main desk. The last is the shot for my workbench. Not much in the way of clean. :-D
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