Why don't we encourage more remote working? It isn't necessarily right for everyone or every role, but does lend itself well to making sure there is space to work without the same number and type of interruptions.
My default is to avoid people. I don't think I'll end up a lone recluse, but I'll often delay human interaction.
As much as I don't like admitting it, I get quite the buzz when buying something new.
Adjusting to a new normal slowly, love working from home!
Why is it that some of the most simple, small, and often free things in life can bring us the most pleasure?
Why are so many technology companies so terrible at making their products usable? Right now I'm struggling with a Belkin Wemo switch that removes the last character of my WiFi password! I have been around technology long enough to know about forums and the vague differences of WiFi networks but these things shouldn't be so hard to configure given the age and maturity of WiFi. Of course the Belkin is better than the router which is just a foreign, non-Roman character language to the average person!
I've got to say I don't like the 'badge' on icons in iOS that Android is starting to embrace. It feels too much like nagging having a reminder that something is unread.