Joanne Friedman, Psychology, Education, Human Behavior, Writing, Horses

Lilia Stoyanov has given a perfect answer.  We are already in that future.  I recently helped a Japanese translator work through a book on this subject, and we were both fascinated by how far this concept has evolved already.  I believe we will be in for a wild ride as people like Lilia form the wedge at the forefront of this movement away from site-based work.  



There will always be site work, of course.  One cannot (so far) remotely build a building or repair an electrical system or grow food.  But my imagination is limited by my personal experience.  I'm old enough to remember when TV was a new thing, and we would never have imagined the internet.  We could barely imagine color TV!  So the breadth of the explosion of remote work is beyond my ability to predict it.  Still, I can feel that that's the direction we're going.

 

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