I found your story on the plug page, and enjoyed it, so I'm writing to offer my opinions on the piece. Bear in mind these are the thoughts of one person, and I hope you'll use what works and disregard the rest.
First off, thank you for the opportunity to read your story. I'm intrigued by the two main characters presented and the juxtaposition of worlds both in the story, and as the story's genres. I'd definitely like to see where you're going with this. The writing style is interesting and easy to follow, and I found the overall tone of the piece very enjoyable.
One thing I noticed, though, from the first sentence was a bit of a tendency toward redundancy in the narrative. To offer some examples:
In the first sentence, the spinning globe is described as both complacent and lazy, and upon reaching the second adjective, I had a brief feeling of deja vu. In the same sentence, describing sunlight as happy does nothing to alter the reader's impression of sunlight. We have an innate understanding of sunlight as a happy thing.
"he pored over the files of a current case he was working on" - In this sentence, current case implies it's a case he's working on, so having both sentiments expressed merely served to clutter up the sentence for this reader.
Later, a character answers with a "sarcastic snort," when snorts are normally construed as sarcastic.
I've been given a good rule of thumb by other reviewers on this site to limit adjectives to instances where they change the reader's impression of the object being described, and feel that another read through with an eye toward this would serve to strengthen the language of your story.
I also felt that a little more attention to setting, particularly when describing the clutter of the office, might help paint a brighter picture for your reader. I wanted to see more of the room, and know what specifically was cluttering it up. This would not only add to the visual aspect of your story, but might lend a bit of perspective about the main character.
The last thing that I want to mention is your chosen font size. I know crits like this seem pedantic, but the type is so small, I almost clicked away without giving the piece a fair chance (and I'm only thirty, with pretty good vision). Luckily, I scanned and found the prose interesting enough to keep me squinting at the screen, but you might be losing readers before they give your work a fair chance.
Thank you for the opportunity to read your story. You definitely have me curious about what happens next. I hope you found my comments helpful.