Let’s take a tour of Linux creator Linus Torvalds’ home office. Unlike other photo-perfect workspaces we’ve seen before, this looks like an often-used, practical home office any geek could see inhabiting.
There’s even that abandoned desk full of cr*p to the side, replaced by the walking "Zombie shuffling" desk. And there are so many penguins. It’s nice to see a messy workspace, presented with so much personality from an iconic developer—a place where stuff gets done, while walking at 1 mile an hour.
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Linus Torvalds Guided Tour of His Home Office | YouTube via ITworld
Linus Torvalds’ Home Office (with Walking Desk and 3D Printer)