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November 12, 2005

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Your examples also demonstrate that it can be difficult to determine when someone's busy.

The computer wasn't actually doing much during those presentations. And when you're focused on reading an online document, it will look the same as if you're not doing much of anything.

If Microsoft assumes that you're busy only when you're doing lots of clicking and typing, that may be incorrect. When you really don't want to be distracted, when you're thinking, your activity on the computer probably seems the same as if you weren't even at your desk.

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