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Auto-Feng Shui Office

pre-configured Feng Shui at the touch of a button
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Architects and interior designers take note - the Auto Feng Shui Office is going to revolutionise office design.

Simply build a latticework of electric rails in the floor of the office. All office furniture, including plants, water coolers, chairs, desks, printers, etc, will be mounted on the rails. A special rail-connector module can be applied to any standard furniture of course.

One PC hosts the patented "Feng Shui Configurator" software allowing the designate Vice President of Office Satisfaction to change the setup of the office at the touch of a button...even while workers sit diligently in their chairs!

Yossarian, Sep 29 2005

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       I thought Feng Shui principles were based on fixed things like compass directions. Why would you need to move the furniture around unless the building also moves?
krelnik, Sep 29 2005

       Merely placing all office furniture on wheels would be nearly as effective and not nearly as inconvenient. But that's already Baked, of course, and has nothing to do with Feng Shui.
DrCurry, Sep 29 2005

       A latticework of electric rails sounds like a surefire way to disrupt the natural movements of chi.
Laughs Last, Sep 29 2005


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