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Comment Who Knows (Score 1) 273

> The need for contact with other people has driven some nomads to start working with others in public places and at strangers' homes. I could see this need someday becoming so great that eventually these folks may be driven to the point where they form functional groups with like minded colleagues and commune in a central location. Out of sheer desperation for human contact, of course. I think "office" would be a catchy name for one of these communal locations. > at strangers' homes. This part is ironic because in fact, yesterday morning a stranger burst into our house while I had opened the door to get the paper, he sat down in our breakfast nook, plugged in his computer into the nearest outlet, and went straight to work saying nary a word. Poor bastard.

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