Woman: Well, it's quite interesting isn't it -I mean, overall...You're never going to please everyone always.
I think one of the main benefits is perhaps something we weren't really expecting - or，at least，I wasn't.
And that's the way people with different roles, different jobs, are working together here.
Sure, my responsibilities do go across the departments
- everyone wants a PC, needs help with the software, I'm always hearing about the problems - never good things, of course, with the network...
but here we're sharing experiences, different viewpoints, bringing in ideas which reflect our different roles.
Then again, that's maybe a problem in itself，'cos I really don't see how I'm going to hold all this in my head.
I'm sure that next week, it'll all have disappeared from my memory.
Man: Frankly, I wonder if my time wouldn't have been better spent back in the office.
Well- I don't want to sound negative. Oh, maybe it's just me.
好吧—我不想听起来很消极 。哦，也许只有我 。
I grant you, there's some great theories going round. Amazing ideas, really.
All these visions of what could really be happening, pictures of the possible future and what have you.
But at the end of the day, we'll be back in the same old office, and I'll be typing and running around and still be expected to do ten things at once.
So, if I'm honest, I'm not really sure how all these fine speeches are really going to help me in my job.
A letter's still a letter isn't it? Mind you, I'm not saying it's not inspirational in some ways.