Al Gore: Clutter monkey

This picture of Al Gore at his home office is making the rounds on the Mac blogs because it shows his sweet computing set-up. What caught my attention, however, was the crazy clutter surrounding the former veep.

How’s he going to save the world if he can’t find the keys to his hybrid? Mr. Gore needs to point his awesome 3-screened Mac to Unclutterer’s tips on office organization and our series on paper clutter and magazine clutter. Don’t worry, Mr. Vice President, there’s hope for you yet!

8 Comments for “Al Gore: Clutter monkey”

  1. posted by Brain on

    You took the words right out of my head. I was shocked to see the clutter. Funny…This pic will stick in my mind when I vote next year

  2. posted by Eric on

    You know, The Shrub solves this clutter problem by not reading – ANYTHING! – and I suspect his mind is free of clutter as well.

  3. posted by Anonymous on

    There he goes again, greening the earth with his three 30″ monitor system. Way to save energy and reduce carbon loading ex-veep Gore!!!

  4. posted by Metrozing on

    A Perfect Mess: The Hidden Benefits of Disorder–How Crammed Closets, Cluttered Offices, and On-the-Fly Planning Make the World a Better Place by Eric Abrahamson and David H. Freedman and, possibly Al Gore.

  5. posted by Mike on

    forget his carbon footprint…look at that clutter footprint…that would drive me nuts to walk in that room everyday to that stack o’ stuff

  6. posted by Kit on

    Is it more important to get things done or have a tidy office?

    I’d take a focused, successful, passionate, informed person with a less than perfect desk over the opposite.. the uncluttered desk is a means to an end, but if people are successful with a less than perfect desk, why knock him for that? This doesn’t mean he can’t find the keys and we don’t know he can’t find anything he wants. Many people know where everything is in their less than perfectly uncluttered life.

  7. posted by JenO on

    Messy desk equals ordered mind. It is a sign of genius.

  8. posted by John on

    Then my room means I’m in a league with Einstein.

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