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Mike Anderson | USLHC | USA

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CERN Offices

My office at CERN.

I’m curious to know what the best-looking office is at CERN. (If you know someone or if you think your office would be in the running for that let me know and I can post a picture!)

From what I’ve personally seen, most offices here aren’t all that different from mine.  A little cramped, but at least they have big windows.  The plant was my own doing – and it is still a little pathetic now due to a lack of watering over the holidays in December.

Looking at that picture now it just occurred to me you would notice we use mac laptops (mine is plugged into a monitor).  The use of macs among high energy physicists is pretty high – higher than the overall population – and I wonder how it became that way?

MikeA

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