The remote work piece by Sean Blanda's that's making the rounds is not only very flawed, but risks distracting us from the more pressing real risks about a fully remote workforce.
(Original piece here: https://www.seanblanda.com/our-remote-work-future-is-going-to-suck/)
He is dead wrong in this point: that those advocating for remote work "assume that remote workers prefer to tightly wrap their identity in their work".
My experience with remote work is that is allows me to de-center work from my life. The opposite of Blanda's point.
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