Home office blueprint

Martin, James A.
May 1996
Macworld;May96, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p90
Presents a blueprint for planning a home office. Hardware and software suggestions; Furniture considerations; Telephone service; Occupational hazards. INSETS: How to keep up with home-office trends;Secrets of a productive home office;Ten smart ways to manage your money;Why you need a good chair, and how to pick one


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