We looked inside some of the tweets by @warmana and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Mickey and Minnie. They are even more adorable than they look, if that's possible 😊 https://t.co/0AIlnY4fHv
I have been working and doing business remotely for six years. Here are some Sins of Remote Meetings https://t.co/7naseQqCLq
"The two hardest problems in computer science are: (i) people, (ii), convincing computer scientists that the hardest problem in computer science is people, and, (iii) off by one errors." - @jeffbigham
Very highly recommended, with two points (amongst many) standing out: 1. Location as power - fascinating thoughts for addressing D&I. 2. The actual drivers behind the purpose of meetings. https://t.co/i0hbOQ9jEv
WHAT a sight, 3 @RoyalAirForce photogs captured ZZ336, Vespina, out of @RAFBrizeNorton flying its 1st refuelling sortie, fuelling @RAF_Marham F-35's operating from @HMSQNLZ, @RAFLossiemouth Typhoons from 1 & @IXBSqn. Finally an @RAF_Leeming 100 Sqn Hawk flying as the photo whip📸 https://t.co/H7AO7Tm3sT
I have shared more about our reasoning and the benefits I see for Quora, our employees, and society more broadly in this blog post: https://t.co/h62dnJvrUs (2/2)
Really interesting. Especially the thought that if you offer digital services optimised for user experiences that (by definition) *must* support remote access, then it's nonsense to force employees to be in an office, because it prevents them fully experiencing the challenges. https://t.co/bdzMu0Asuw
We are going fully remote first at Quora. Most of our employees have opted not to return to the office post-covid, I will not work out of the office, our leadership teams will not be located in the office, and all policies will orient around remote work. (1/2)
Fascinating and detailed discussion of remote working. Recommended. https://t.co/uHUrpEAmHJ
"Email is where information goes to die" NO. Email is a vital portion of asynchronous communication. Stop demanding that everyone answer IMs in real time. 70% of the questions you have honestly don't have to be answered in real time.
Very true. IM fans/users often forget that: - Being 'present' within an IM tool is *not* the same as giving them unlimited permission to interrupt at any time. - Computers can multitask, but I can only type a reply into *one* channel at a time. - They are *never* 'owed' a reply. https://t.co/QIis7B0qqk
Bournemouth beach this evening. Just the two cruise ships at the time; a third arrived shortly after this. This photo was taken a couple of miles east of the main B'mth beach - the one that was *completely packed* today. 🤨 Stay safe, everyone. https://t.co/QKWgtr8iwc
Bournemouth Beach Today: Let’s not forget the pandemic is far from over. Rules may be relaxing but restrictions remain in place for a reason. If they are ignored and the R value rises then tougher lockdown rules will return. Let’s stay alert to the dangers of COVID-19. https://t.co/hZakDIh21D
I have no idea https://t.co/aLjGo8TQUT