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In every day work, what type, label, mark of char you use? I mean the chair where you sit during the IT work. And what type you will like to use in the future?

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closed as off topic by balpha, random, BinaryMisfit Oct 13 '09 at 11:49

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Are you kidding? – balpha Oct 13 '09 at 11:43
Where to ask this question... I was thought that the meta is a right place. – vaske Oct 13 '09 at 11:52
It's (marginally) programming related so you might get some response on SO, however I think that it's already been asked over there anyway. – ChrisF Oct 13 '09 at 11:53
Searching on SO turned up a few questions that might interest you. – Bill the Lizard Oct 13 '09 at 12:04… – fretje Oct 13 '09 at 12:32

I currently use one that has all the standard features of chairs: A flattish surface for my posterior, a back against which I can rest my back, placed at a certain offset from the ground such that my legs bend appropriately.

In the future, I'd love to retain that core featureset in my chairs. Some ideal enhancements would include:

  • Ability to generate food and/or water on demand
  • Integrated toilet facilities
  • Rocket powered casters
  • Safety belts (kinda goes with the above)
  • Cloaking feature (so coworkers think I'm away from my desk when I am, in fact, productively there and just ignoring them)
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I am tempted to re-open this just due to this answer. Not tempted enough thought. – BinaryMisfit Oct 13 '09 at 11:50
There is no way I'm going to program in the same chair that I use as a toilet. The cloaking feature is already available: – tvanfosson Oct 13 '09 at 11:58
the other one has also been invented – perbert Oct 13 '09 at 12:28
My son inquired about medical feeding tubes so he'd have fewer interruptions while gaming. You may want to look into it. :) – Bill the Lizard Oct 13 '09 at 12:35
If you ever get that toilet chair, remind me to never visit you at your desk. – user27414 Oct 13 '09 at 13:00
Also, in addition to a cloaking feature you need a hologram generator so that coworkers think you're at your desk when you're really out on a long lunch. – user27414 Oct 13 '09 at 13:02
@Diago: As it so happens, I think this answer got in seconds after you closed it -- the client-side validation bug strikes again! :) – John Rudy Oct 13 '09 at 13:08
@Jon B: What do you think the primary point of the toilet chair is? :) Fewer interruptions = more productivity. It's a win-win for the company! :) – John Rudy Oct 13 '09 at 13:10
@John Rudy: that's on purpose, the system gives you a grace period so if you have been writing half a novel as an answer, you don't get a nice This question has been closed 3 seconds ago message. – perbert Oct 13 '09 at 14:14
@viyager: unfortunately, that grace period also kicks in if the question was deleted or migrated - at which point it's kinda pointless. – Shog9 Oct 13 '09 at 14:59
You left out the part about the facilities involving members of the appropriate sex. – David Thornley Oct 13 '09 at 20:25

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