Soundscape: An office space, a conversation between a woman and a man
INTERVIEWER: So, we’ve covered the job description of a creative designer and our expectations regarding this position. Next, I’d like to ask you about your upgrades. Your studies and background are covered here in your CV, but what kinds of personal upgrades have you installed?
INTERVIEWEE: This past year I increased my memory capacity by a terabyte, upgraded my flexible thinking to level 7 and maxed out my spatial perception. Here’s a complete download report that covers my entire adult life. Of course, I do remember all of these in detail if you want me to go through them.
INTERVIEWER: No, that’s fine, this report is really good. I have a real-time visual memory upgrade so I can just scan this. (Beep). There we go. I should also point out that you might be interested in some of the benefits we offer. We offer in-house access to Datamax 1 upgrades for data processing and a few other goodies too, such as a productivity monitoring application, if that’s something you’re interested in.
INTERVIEWEE: Yeah, sounds good. It would make it easier for me to keep track of how my upgrades complement each other.
INTERVIEWER: Where do you see yourself in five years?
INTERVIEWEE: Well, creative design is the field that I’ve focused on in my studies and my investments in machine upgrades. If I get the job, I think I can get pretty far in five years. With these upgrades, I think I could complete 7–8 projects from start to finish on a daily basis.
INTERVIEWER: And now for something a little bit different – how quickly can you solve a Rubik’s Cube?
INTERVIEWEE: It’s been a while since I’ve tried solving a Rubik’s Cube, but I have beaten a few records in chess… (voice fades out)
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