Bookmark This! Four great ways to blow off work this month

Scirrotto, Julia
June 2007
Marie Claire (US Edition);Jun2007, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p126
The article presents information on things to do while in office. It suggests visiting the blog of paparazzi agency Splash News when the office copy of the journal "US Weekly," goes missing. It also recommends listening to songs live from the Web site www.pandara.com when a cubicle partner's breakup becomes unbearable and surfing the website www.catsthatlooklikehitler.com to aviod the office drama.


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