Moore Law writes: Friday was national 'work from home' day in the UK and silicon.com marked the occasion by banishing the entire editorial team from the office — making do with home broadband connections and/or wi-fi at the local Starbucks. WFH — as it's known — is more than just a chance to skive at home — according to this columnist, it's also "one way to help cut carbon emissions". But this brave new world of work is not without pitfalls and misconceptions — "working from home, so goes the joke, begins with BBC Breakfast News and ends with The Simpsons... taking in Bargain Hunt, a pub lunch and an afternoon nap along the way"... But there are also plenty of practical matters to consider — as these 10 top tips show.
Never appeal to a man's "better nature." He may not have one.
Invoking his self-interest gives you more leverage.
-- Lazarus Long