Monthly Archives: October 2012

Book Review, “The Exceptional Presenter Goes Virtual”

As a recent convert over to full-time telecommuting one of the more unexpected changes to my work habits was that I started attending many more meetings than when I worked on-site. In a strange change the way I viewed my work meetings became much less of an intrusion and interruption and much more of an […]

The Beach Path Taken, with apologies to Robert Frost

Two paths diverged in a sunny beach, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent ’round the next point;           Then took the other, as just as fair, And having perhaps the […]

7 things you want in a telecommuter

Gas prices here in Goleta reached $5.19/gal for premium unleaded yesterday and it got me thinking about how lucky I am to be able to telecommute in my job as a software engineer. Telecommuting is the way of the future for knowledge workers and the barriers to entry are lowered every day, but at the […]