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One northeastern vote for "thing." And I have to agree with Sarah Mahoney,
before this, I've never heard the "think" version! I would've thought it was
a typo too.
I'm the new kid on the block, having just joined this list this morning, and
I'm very interested in learning more info about telecommuting. Can anyone
tell me more about the nitty gritty requirements, like the hardware and software
tools that are required to permit telecommuting from a log cabin in the
Tell me more about the specs for the fiber optics cable that is needed.
And do any employers allow telecommuting without expecting employees to come
into the office once a week? I'd rather only make the 200 mile commute a few
I hope you veterns haven't already beat this topic to death; I'm very interested
in learning more...
Technical Communications Specialist
Eastman Kodak Company
Rochester, NY 14560-0705
mauer -at- feds -dot- kodak -dot- com