by Michael dEstries
Categories: Pop Culture
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Was browing around Al Gore’s blog this afternoon when I came across this photo of him working in his office. It’s from a Time magazine article on the former V.P. written in May 2007 — and hinting at Gore’s potential to be a 2008 Presidential candidate. We all know how that turned out, but I thought I’d post this photo here for those that have never seen it. I’ve heard a messy desk is indicative of an orderly mind, but wow — someone needs to get Danny Seo into this guy’s room quick!

Image credit: Time

About Michael dEstries

Michael has been blogging since 2005 on issues such as sustainability, renewable energy, philanthropy, and healthy living. He regularly contributes to a slew of publications, as well as consulting with companies looking to make an impact using the web and social media. He lives in Ithaca, NY with his family on an apple farm.

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  • hil

    glad to see Al Gore is as fond of using his desk drawers as I am :) .

  • gabriel

    Three 30-inch monitors? You can justify maybe one if you’re doing professional photo or movie editing, but three just makes you a dick.

    The electronics in that room are eating up at least four kilowatts (not including the lights and whatever gadgets are not visible). He could be spending a fraction of that if he used a laptop instead, it’s not like he _needs_ that kind of a setup to do his work. A perfect example of preaching one thing and doing another.

  • heather

    I cannot wait to see Al Gore during the speaker series tour!

    I just got my tickets… if you guys are interested, here are the presale codes for NYC, Chicago, and Boston

    NYC:
    http://www.ticketmaster.com/promo/47seyc?camefrom=CFC_MSG_SPEAKERSERIES09

    CODE: INFO
    Chicago:
    http://www.ticketmaster.com/promo/47seyc?camefrom=CFC_MSG_SPEAKERSERIES09
    CODE: DAILY

    Boston:
    http://www.broadwayoffers.com/go.aspx?MD=2001&MC=2009PUNDIT

    CODE: 2009PUNDIT

  • http://www.remyc.com RemyC

    He must not type very much, because there’s no resting pad for his wrist below the keyboard, which is at the edge of the desk.