NYTimes on intimate details. This would be my nightmare- to have my business and my relationships shared with the reader of the NYT.

I ask Griscom how he feels about the fact that he’s now had two relationships in his work space. ”Conventional wisdom suggests that in-office dating is a mistake,” he says. ”But I think that attitude is becoming outmoded. If you work compulsively, it makes sense to date within your habitat. Some people like to compartmentalize, to make sure their peas don’t touch their potatoes. I’ve never been that way. I live in a studio apartment, my kitchen is in my living room which is in my bedroom, and similarly, my relationship is in my office, along with my former relationship. It’s probably old-fashioned more than it’s contemporary. It’s what happens when there’s limited real estate.”