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October 31, 2011


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Whether we like it or not practices do change, even the most established ones. Let's take Google for example, they have an unusual office setup, how well are they doing again?


Thanks for this one Steve, I think it's also a good example of how surveys can end up being professionally done but having misleading conclusions because people tell surveys what they want to believe or see themselves saying rather than the truth.

And I'm not sure we -- most of us -- really recognize the truth about productivity for ourselves. We think we're most productive where we most like being, but ... well I guess that's a long debate.

Anyhow I like the logical chain here, nicely done. Tim


For me, it is. The net connection is way to slow on my workplace. In my experience it is far the worst.

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