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In an age of ever-changing technology and online opportunity, home is where the office is. At least that's the reality for a number of entrepreneurs who are forgoing traditional office space for more creative setups. To get a sense of what this growing crowd is doing to turn its living quarters into corporate headquarters, we posted a nomination form online, asking readers to send in photos and tell us what makes their company's workspaces unique. Responses rolled in, describing everything from a teakwood bungalow in Thailand to a goat-and-chicken farm in Northern California. We selected 10 of the best. Flip through this slide show for a look, then vote for your favorite at the end. We'll post the top vote-getter on our staff blog on Aug. 1.