The last time I commuted to an office outside my home, Bill Clinton had just been sworn in as President, Windows 95 was still in beta, and I had finally replaced my dial-up modem with a sizzling fast DSL connection to the Internet. I can’t say I miss much about that era.
Anyway, a few years into my work-from-home career, back in the Cretaceous period (or whatever 1996 is now called), I acquired this huge modular desk, made by a Swedish company called Kinnarps. It was not cheap, but I have more than gotten my money’s worth out of it after dragging it to five new homes in three different states over the past 20-something years.
This desk was made for a writer, with the main working position being diagonal. That leaves plenty of room for a very large monitor to sit