Virtual Reality: The Next Frontier in Adult Education

 

There I was, standing in my cubicle. My job seemed easy enough: the printer on my desk would print out red or black folders, and I had to file them in the red or black cabinets. I glanced up at the clock. I checked the calendar to see if I had anything interesting planned further into the week. Nope, just work. I returned to my folder sorting task. I glanced up at the clock again. Something didn’t seem right—the numbers on the clock face were out of order. Was I imagining things? I looked over to my calendar again. “WORK NO PLAY” was scrawled in red over every day of the month. I looked back at the clock. The numbers had melted, making the clock look as if it were from a Dahli painting. As I spun around the cubicle in a panic, the floor slowly started to lower. I felt myself falling into the abyss. I had truly entered cubicle hell.

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