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Saw This On The TV Screen At Work

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posted on Jan, 24 2014 @ 12:21 AM
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Some times things are just what they are, This is an image of an eye, Maybe IT thought they were CBS, But most likely they just wanted to see how many nut bars they have in the company. Either way seems it got a lot of air time




posted on Jan, 24 2014 @ 12:30 AM
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My guess is Merck...


It would qualify as one of the biggest...



posted on Jan, 24 2014 @ 02:35 AM
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My first thought was a memory of a job I had when young, doing telemarketing, and the boss was trying all these techniques of subconscious suggestion to increase sales and productivity- like playing tapes over the speaker system that sounded like white noise but had confidence building suggestions underneath for our subconscious.

Perhaps your superiors read a study in which just seeing a image like that on a grand screen in the workplace made people goof off less and work more diligently, feeling more self conscious?

Then I thought of my cousin who works for a very big pharma company, and who lives in constant stress with her collegues trying to make sure she is careful of every word she says and each letter she writes. They are constantly reminded that they are being watched and scrutinized by those who are looking for any excuse they can to bring a lawsuit or scandal down on them. She is responsble for many reps, and a large part of her time is spent reminding them to be careful and aiding them to speak or write in ways that cannot be twisted or misinterpretted to look as if they are doing something they are not supposed to.
Is it possible this is just another way of reminding the employees to be careful..."enemies are watching" ??



posted on Jan, 24 2014 @ 07:13 AM
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It's a creepy icon for sure but it's from a remote desktop program called ultravnc. Let's a tech remote in to repair or change things on the computer.

My first post I am not sure how to show an image. So here is the link.
Ultravnc Icon


Ah that makes sense! Still creepy to use that kind of icon, but the IT here uses remote desktop a lot since our facility is so big


wait wait...so I didnt photoshop the picture??



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