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On 17 Jan 2015, at 6:12 AM, Will Husa <will -dot- husa -at- 4techwriter -dot- com> wrote:
> I just finished a project where the company went from cubicles to open
> office concept. There were six of us to a table with sound absorbing
> dividers. They gave us all headsets for conference calls. I was directly
> below the air conditioning duct with its white noise, so I didn't hear very
> many conversations. However, at 6 O'clock, when the air conditioning ceased,
> I could hear conversations that were 20 to 30 feet away.
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