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Scanning Homes and Hoarding Talent

As you know, I'm writing a daily newsletter on LinkedIn. This week, I wrote about: * Why it's hard for us to imagine the impact of remote work; * Why Fewer people will work remotely in 2022 — but many more will do so in 2030; * Why layoffs at Facebook and Google are

Scanning Homes and Hoarding Talent
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Remote and the Kardashians

Happy Friday! A couple of announcements before we begin: 🎤 Next week, I'll host a free live stream titled "Designing for Trust: How to Enhance Spaces, Products, and Interactions." I'll chat with Dalit Shalom, a Lead Product Designer at the New York Times and Adjunct Professor at Columbia and NYU. Learn

Remote and the Kardashians
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Milder Recessions, Wilder Careers

Remote work makes it easier for the economy to adjust to changes in supply and demand and allocate people to their most productive use. But a more efficient economy also means more volatile careers.

Milder Recessions, Wilder Careers
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Risk and the Office

Happy Friday! As you know, I'm writing a daily newsletter [https://www.linkedin.com/newsletters/hype-free-with-dror-poleg-6927965788498759681/] on LinkedIn for the next couple of months. This week, I wrote about: * Why more young people are embracing uncertainty (and not just risk) [https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/goodbye-risk-hello-uncertainty-dror-poleg/]; * Why forcing people to

Risk and the Office
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Remote, Recession, and Inflation

Happy Friday! As you know, I'm writing a daily newsletter [https://www.linkedin.com/newsletters/hype-free-with-dror-poleg-6927965788498759681/] on LinkedIn for the next couple of months. This week, I wrote about * Why Elon Musk can still cause trouble for Twitter [https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/elon-doesnt-need-win-dror-poleg/], even if he loses in court;

Remote, Recession, and Inflation
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Who Needs Web3?

The internet is a meteor that crashed into human civilization. We absorbed the initial impact. Now, we need to figure out how to fit all the pieces back together.

Who Needs Web3?
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Designing the Future of Work

A recording of Dror Poleg's conversation with Kasey Klimes about designing for emergence, with a focus on the future of work.

Designing the Future of Work
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Focus, Remote, and Volatility

This week, I wrote about urban planning, remote work, asynchronous work, focused work, and the productivity of American volatility. All the pieces are below.

Focus, Remote, and Volatility
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Urban Information, Async Work, and Airbnb's New Fund

Happy Friday! I am on my way home after two great keynotes [https://www.drorpoleg.com/keynotes/] in Windsor and Boston. As you know, I'm writing a daily newsletter [https://www.linkedin.com/newsletters/hype-free-with-dror-poleg-6927965788498759681/] on LinkedIn for the next couple of months. This week, I wrote about asynchronous work,

Urban Information, Async Work, and Airbnb's New Fund
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All About Remote

Happy Friday! 🚀 The upcoming cohort of Hype-Free Crypto is starting next month. Learn more and apply here [https://www.hypefreecrypto.com/full/]. As you know, I'm writing a daily newsletter [https://www.linkedin.com/newsletters/hype-free-with-dror-poleg-6927965788498759681/] on LinkedIn for the next couple of months. This means my regular newsletter (this

All About Remote