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I was talking about this with someone earlier today (with social distancing in effect, of course).
I had to deal with BT the other day and spoke to some Welsh girl who was in her pyjamas, working from home, rather than whatever call-centre it was she usually went to work at.
"Why not do that in future?", I thought.
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It's been a normal option and way of life at my company for years now, so we were uniquely prepared for this nationwide from a technology standpoint. People like myself, unfortunately, actually relied on the office more than others, so this kinda sucks.
I miss being in the office for human reasons but I hope this sheds light on the fact that we could all work from home easily now and then.
Honestly, nothing beats working in my underwear. Fortunately, I updated my rig last year, so working from home is ideal.
But I do want to return to the studio since I was just granted my own office about two weeks before lock down and wanted to redo the workspace.
I think it will play a much bigger part but I see it being more of a compliment to having a central office that perhaps you just go to for important briefings or design sprints.
You miss quite a lot of idea exchanges being home alone but then that never affected Macaulay Culkin.