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Friday, 21 January 2005
Context-sensitive help


I know that one is not supposed to talk about your work in your blog, but I will ensure that this remains bland and innofensive.

We moved office last week, to a new office on the opposite side of the building which is nicknamed The Dark Side, presumably because it lacks natural light (and air). I am now sharing a phone (pictured above) with another colleague. When we inherited this phone from the previous user, it was already installed with context-sensitive help as shown in the above photograph. This tells us how to do such things as transfer calls. This was useful because for the first few days all the calls were for the people who had moved out of this office to another one.

Posted by bigblue on 21/01/2005 at 10:58 PM
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