I am guessing that you mean area in a geographic sense, in which case there is no specific area that we are limited to. Because we use telephone, email, and snail mail, we are able to interrupt people around the world. For in-person visits however, we are limited to the spots where our agents are located, which include Buffalo, NYC, Ohio, West Virginia, Australia, and a few others. Also, we all travel, which gives us other opportunities to create live interruptions wherever we are.
Lauren Cornell wrote:
> interruptive technology! thats great.
> maybe i missed this, but is there a specific area that BWI covers?
> > LOVE this.
> > thanks Chris.
> > S
> > On Mar 16, 2006, at 10:46 AM, Chris Barr wrote:
> >> Hi Rhizomers,
> >> This message is to announce a new participatory project, The Bureau
> >> of Workplace Interruptions.
> >> http://www.interruptions.org
> >> The Bureau of Workplace Interruptions is an "intimate bureaucracy"
> >> created to challenge our relationship to efficiency and
> >> productivity. BWI uses interruptive technology such as email, snail
> >> mail, and the telephone, as well as in-person visits to create
> >> invisible theatre that steals time from the realm of work and
> >> Thanks,
> >> Chris
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