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July 26, 2009 / Raffy Pekson II

How to Sit at Your Desktop Reading Books without Anyone Knowing You’re Bumming Around

Readatwork.com is a website that encourages people to read stuff during work — yes, another of the “bumming around while working” fake stuff. The fun part about this is that it creates a “fake Windows-like desktop” where you can sit all day reading e-books without your boss suspecting a thing!

Here’s how it works:

  1. Go to www.readatwork.com.
  2. Wait until the Windows-like desktop is loaded on your browser.
  3. Click on the “NZ Council Book Guest” link.
  4. A fake Windows-like full-screen appears as your desktop.
  5. Click on any of the folders available in fake Desktop.
  6. A fake Powerpont 2008 will appear when you select the book you’d like to read.
  7. Pressing “ESC” puts you back to your original screen (which presumably is the browser).

Readatwork requires Adobe flash player version 9 installed. If you don’t have it in your workstation and your IT guy needs to install, then, get ready to bribe your co-worker!

Click here to go to Readatwork.com.

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