2 min read · 2020-03-11 · Three tricky words. Tricky because home used to be a refuge from work. Home is safe, work brings tension. Home is long-term, work might not be. But mostly because the industrial, cog-oriented minds…
6 min read · Jun 14th · High-income workers at highly profitable companies will benefit greatly. Downtown landlords won’t.
Ground zero for who stands to benefit from WFH in the near future is something like a 45-year-old software engineer who used to work in central Manhattan but now they can do the same work, for the same salary, from their living room in the suburbs
Moving is easier for workers than for businesses. But you know what really can’t move? Skyscrapers. The implications for commercial real estate could be very interesting
It’s a fact of human diversity that different people thrive in different spaces, so we should expect that the virtual spaces of remote work will reward certain skills that went underappreciated in office settings.