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Consider the Internet. The Internet is based on the ability to communicate
most issues via a medium where geography is irrelevant. Its success proves
[to me] that telecommuting is workable--even when dealing with complicated
interpersonal relationships--couples that formed their relationships online,
are getting married.
Definition of job tasks is the greatest barrier to communication of job
I got up for years, drove a long way to e-mail the workers in the next
cubicles. We had to be together for the lunch-time bridge game but hey, with
a little technical help, our bridge game could be played over the Internet.