Paying Occasional Homage to Self-expression in the Workplace
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But at Web services firm Proxicom Inc. in Reston, some of the toys have taken on a bit more importance.
A small round table covered with multicolored Legos has become a popular site for meetings and a magnet to passersby who stop briefly to build something and then move on.
A recent visit found Proxicom employees Mike Wagner and Viji Vaidyanathan at the table, which sits in the midst of a maze of cubicles. As the software engineers brainstormed, they also built together. In Proxicom's corporate culture, it's all part of the creative process.
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