Making Your Cubicle Truly Personal A new product allows you to put a magic force field around your cubicle. Cube Guard is a banner that can be attached to cubicle walls, with messages such as "Please Do Not Disturb." You can even order your own customized messages. For example, the banner could say, "I only look like I'm surfing the Web" or "I do my best work while I'm napping."
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Making Your Cubicle Truly Personal

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A new product allows you to put a magic force field around your cubicle. Cube Guard is a banner that can be attached to cubicle walls, with messages such as "Please Do Not Disturb." You can even order your own customized messages. For example, the banner could say, "I only look like I'm surfing the Web" or "I do my best work while I'm napping."

STEVE INSKEEP, host:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep.

You may not be able to get your own office at work, but you can put a magic force field around your cubicle, and you can let people know about it with an actual product called Cube Guard. It's a banner you attach to your cubicle walls, with messages like Please Do Not Disturb. You can even order your own customized messages. For example, the banner could say: I only look like I'm surfing the Web, or I do my best work here while I'm napping.

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