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The next step after remote work is pseudonymous work.
Once all work can be done through an internet connection, people don't need to know your official name. And Square and @jack are pioneers here once again. https://t.co/MXscCymQ2M
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The work of the Commission is centred on eight work streams dealing with the impact of technological advancement on human capital and the future of work as well as social and economic development. #4IR #4IRSA #FutureofWork #AI #GrowSouthAfrica
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🔊 Presenting the new issue of WIRED 🔊
We look at the meteoric rise of Zoom during the coronavirus pandemic because as lockdowns descended around the world, above all others, Zoom became the remote-working tool of the moment.
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The funniest part about our new remote working lives for me is watching @betseystevenson throw a suit jacket over her swimsuit in the minute before her next Zoom meeting with policymakers / business leaders / fellow academics.
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HEY's taking off, HEY for Work is coming soon, and Basecamp 4 is just around the corner in 2021. Who's going to do all this work? Us plus a few more of you! We're hiring *two* Rails programmers to join our Core Product team —> https://t.co/O97CW0JWoN
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A study of 3.1 million workers shows average workday lengthened by 48.5 minutes in the weeks following stay-at-home orders and lockdowns, and the number of meetings increased by 13%.
But we get to wear yoga pants! https://t.co/9cxp28DAur
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Remote work is no panacea. The extra hours are especially hard on parents and anyone else who cares for others—that means women. An excellent dataset—doesn’t breakdown by gender, but we all know. Remote work really does mean longer days — and more meetings https://t.co/utBWOHSXB5
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The superpower of async-first and remote-first is almost no meetings. All this time can be spent on deep work such as writing, thinking, designing, or coding. Or just using some time to take my kids to the park in the middle of the day. ☺️ pic.twitter.com/7PU7M5Ll2z
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Amid COVID-19, Americans need access to broadband for:
➡ Remote work
➡ Remote learning
➡ Telehealth services
I'm leading the NH Congressional Delegation in calling for more flexibility so federal relief funding can better support broadband infrastructure projects.
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Covid-19 is exacerbating the permeability of work-family boundaries. But it also allows us to think more systematically about how we approach workplace flexibility and remote work. https://t.co/CTwrBHHRQN
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Uber, one of San Francisco's largest employers, is allowing employees at its headquarters to work from home until at least July 2021, the latest big company in the city to extend its timeline for remote work. https://t.co/uW7V1Aml7G
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