“Remote” work is over

Keith Lang
Jan 23, 2018 · 10 min read
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So, what’s this got to do with remote work?

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Source: FlightRadar24.com

Ties around our collective necks

The future workforce is already here, it’s just evenly distributed.

Going remote

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So, what does it mean to be…’remote’?

No one mentions lunch break

What exactly is wrong with the tools?

1. Digital communication excludes implicit information

2. Existing tools can’t tell you what you don’t know

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3. The tools lack human-ness

4. Even the basics don’t work

Wouldn’t it be great…

A nice place to live, and work. Photo by Ernest Karchmit on Unsplash

Join me creating a better future

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Keith Lang

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Interaction Designer & Developer. New startup: teampurr.com for accelerating distributed teamwork. Previously: co-founded Skitch, aquired by Evernote.

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