"5. You must be involved in some kind of bleeding edge technology work to be able to work from home. In reality, home-based workers are doing all kinds of old fashioned jobs (writing, radiology) as well as the more groovy Web 2.0-type stuff. There’s no telling what kind of job you might could do remotely, if you put your mind to figuring out how it can be done."
Friday, July 20, 2007
If you're a shedworker or indeed any kind of homeworker, you'll be pretty tired of hearing the same old clichés coming out all the time. Web Worker Daily has a nice concise rebuttal of the usual suspects (working naked, not really working, spending more time with kids, being lonely) here. It's well worth taking a look. My favourite is this:
Posted by alex johnson at 10:03 AM