Office from the end of the computer-free era in 1976

The era of personal computers began. It’s hard to imagine how people got by without them now, but back in the 1970s, it was a very different story. Personal computers did not exist for most people, and those who had access to them were mostly scientists or highly skilled technicians. The office was a place where you could be productive, but it was also a place where you could get yourself into trouble. If you wanted to, for example, take an hour-long lunch break every day and read the latest issue of Playboy in the bathroom stall, well then… you were going to have some problems… H/T>

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