How do we deal with that problem?
Name-calling seems to be the preferred method - "Alarmist", "Denier", "Racist", "SJW", and of course "Deplorable".
Why it matters: Most publishers have designed their websites to measure user interaction through clicks, not scroll rates or time spent on stories. As the industry moves away from click-through rates (CTR's) as the most meaningful marketing metric, those publishers will have a difficult time justifying the effectiveness of their platforms for marketers.
Care to explain why publishers will have a "difficult time"? If it can be counted, they can count it. If it can't be counted, it's not a metric.
If you communicate with the people sitting next to yiu over Slack or Gihub only then, yes, you have a communications problem
Read the part in the summary about how disruptive it is to be interrupted. Unless the question needs to be answered RIGHT NOW it's often better to send a text or email and let the other person respond when they have a spare minute. People who think they're really good communicators are often the ones who wander around the office or shout over cubicle walls, disturbing everyone within earshot.
Sprints and morning scrums are less important when everyone is in the same room all day. But remote teams benefit greatly for all the reasons you listed.
So long as it's cooked to an internal temperature of 160F chicken is okay to eat.
Oh, and by the way, cholesterol isn't harmful in the amount you get from chicken or beef. But you should minimize the amount of processed sugar and flour in your diet.