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    Paying Occasional Homage to Self-expression in the Workplace

    Thursday, February 11, 1999

    Do you have a cool workspace? We'd love to see it and perhaps feature it in an upcoming TechThursday issue. Send e-mail nominations to:

    Craig Cola /

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    A workplace is always more than a workplace. Take the case of NGEN, an eight-year-old computer services company off Dumbarton Street in Georgetown. By day, the ten employees come and go in their assignments installing and maintaining networks, hosting Web sites and designing databases.

    By night the place is often a rehearsal hall for a rock band called Mobia's Trip, in which company owner Paul Hoffman plays drums. And around the clock, it's home to a cat named Claus. A favorite spot for a feline winter nap: the top of a warm printer.

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