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    Obesity researcher dreams up alternative to cubicles

    "Futuristic office keeps workers fit on the job" (MSNBC Article)

    The picture in the above article says it all, and here is the picture's caption:

    Dr. James Levine keeps a 1 mph pace on his treadmill while checking his e-mail...The obesity researcher and his team at the Mayo Clinic have developed an alternative to traditional cubicles by combining a computer, desk and treadmill in one unit.
    This treadmill-workstation is not yet commercially available. However, I already have a standing computer desk and a treadmill. I just need to combine the two :)
    “Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing there is a field. I'll meet you there.” ~ Rumi

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    Obesity researcher dreams up alternative to cubicles

    "Futuristic office keeps workers fit on the job" (MSNBC Article)

    The picture in the above article says it all, and here is the picture's caption:

    Dr. James Levine keeps a 1 mph pace on his treadmill while checking his e-mail...The obesity researcher and his team at the Mayo Clinic have developed an alternative to traditional cubicles by combining a computer, desk and treadmill in one unit.
    This treadmill-workstation is not yet commercially available. However, I already have a standing computer desk and a treadmill. I just need to combine the two :)
    “Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing there is a field. I'll meet you there.” ~ Rumi

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