from storyboard artist Joe Johnston
Because everyone is trying to focus and crank out their work in peace, we have become long rows of people wearing headphones all day—the exact opposite of the vibrant, collaborative space the open-office layout was meant to promote.
Somedays I need to put on my headphones to isolate myself from the “tic tic tic tic tic” noise of everyone typing. But music in my headphones is too intense and just adds other sounds and it prevents me from concentrating.
Orson Welles photographed by Walter Carone. 1950.
"There are a few not-so-subtle references to Rehoboth Beach in there. The whole town is a sort of amalgam of Rehoboth, Bethany and Dewey"
That and the “Space Oddity” melody of the theme song. Oh I’m in love.