I've written before that my favorite spot for writing resumes is me, on the floor, parked in front of my space heater ... even if it's 98 degrees outside. Now I've got science on my side:
In a landmark study evaluating the impact of environmental conditions on productivity, Cornell University ergonomics professor Alan Hedge found a 74% increase in typing mistakes and a 46% reduction in typing output when office temperatures fell from 77 degrees (Fahrenheit) to 68 degrees.
Hedge says, "This study shows that when employees get chilly, at least in this case, they are not working to their full potential."
-- From a news release from Onset Computer Corporation, as reported in Fast Company magazine (1/05).
I could have told you that!