posted on Oct, 22 2010 @ 12:52 AM
Hi all! I don't post much but this thread caught my attention...
At my work, usually for about a week in early fall and late spring the windows (skylights) in our office are aligned just right that the sun shines
directly on my workspace for a few minutes each day. It's a minor inconvenience, but it sure does make it hard to read my computer screen while it's
shining on me for those few minutes. Well, this year I noticed that the sun wasn't shining on my work station, I never had the glare on my screen
(and yes, I work the same hours and at the same cubicle as last year). Instead, the light seems to come down directly on our supervisor's station.
Sure enough, this year they decided to install window tinting on the offending windows.
Now, you can still see where the light shines down, it's just not as blinding as it was, but it has not shined at my desk as it has in the past. It
went to the supervisor desk and then moved off as it does. I just think it's funny that they decided to install the window tinting this year, since
the supervisors complained about it, and they never bothered when it was just us working folk. What I'm trying to say, is the window tinting is not
the cause of me not being blinded at my desk, but rather a result of it being blinding at someone else's desk.
Make of that what you will, it's just my two cents, but it's a quantifiable observation worth sharing.