Here's the setup of Jessica Taylor's office:
The mouse is taped to the wall next to the window. The laptop is strapped to the floor at her feet. Want to make a call? Just punch the button shoved behind the armrest.
All of her strangely placed gadgets allow her one important freedom: She never has to look away from the window. That's important because her job is to scan the Atlantic Ocean for North Atlantic right whales, which are critically endangered. Her workspace is the cramped back seat of a four-person plane. Read full article »