3 comments on “Blocked

  1. If you give them any other option rather than working, they’ll take it! These library and uni jobs are so boring! Amazing that anyone sticks them at all!

  2. Reading between the lines, I think you’re saying the Chinese toilets weren’t blocked.

    PS – Albert, a nerd and an academic manqué, wants me to point out that semantically speaking one doesn’t actually “search Google”, but I’m not sure he’s right. Functionally, the search is indeed confined to Google’s servers.

  3. They can have their smart phones and tablets on their desks, and access sites using their own mobile network connections, but they can’t access a lot of relevant stuff on their work PCs. And it’s not just the information people, of course.

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