Brian K
I was preaching remote dev work for years to my previous employers and none of them listened. Each lost their most talented engineers and devs to remote jobs.About 6 months after I left too they started doing remote for the devs and their billables (love that agency life) are close to 90% now and the COVID thing has brought ALL employees billables way up.I always wear the "I told you so," douche smirk when I go in for client meetings, hah!

lol.. well.. it was kind of obvious to anyone in the workforce.. you can do the same work at home or remote.. and often at a higher level as you can design your environment. The thing that happened with COVID is that larger tech based companies, now forced to send workers home, realized they were still as productive and could eliminate the overhead associated with business real estate.. which is a huge line item for any company. This is maybe one of the silver linings coming from the pandemic.

Damon [SUSHI]
lol.. well.. it was kind of obvious to anyone in the workforce.. you can do the same work at home or remote.. and often at a higher level as you can design your environment. The thing that happened with COVID is that larger tech based companies, now forced to send workers home, realized they were still as productive and could eliminate the overhead associated with business real estate.. which is a huge line item for any company. This is maybe one of the silver linings coming from the pandemic.

The biggest hurdle I fought was control and ego. The geniuses in the "exec hallway" just wanted to control people's whereabouts and stroke their own egos. Plus the ridiculous overhead of a massive building caused them to want people there using up all those resources as much as possible. Idiots could have been far more profitable by greatly downsizing or office-sharing when needed, but whatever. Ego and sentimentality got in their way.

one day we will laugh about a 10 tril market cap

I read what happened to that korean pool operator

i think he lost 1.7million ada

Yeah rip to him

that is horrible

what happend to korean pool operator

Simon Smith
what happend to korean pool operator

Someone hacked into his pool and stole his money

Apparently was from a fault of his own

its it the one who asked for help and fake admin directed him to a fake site

then stole his keys

Chris
Really hoping this makes California less expensive. People hopefully go by

If anything it'll make it more expensive I'd say. Services recognizing they're more important than ever thus driving costs up for everything they touch.

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1.7 mil ada is alot

1.7 mil ada is $240k

to lose in crypto for a scam is even worse

Chinese Bitcoin Trader Commits Suicide after Losing 2,000 BTC on 100x Leverage Bet. ... According to 8btc, Hui Yi lost 2,000 Bitcoins after he entered a short position which was liquidated after it went in the opposite direction.

Isaac Martin
Lean startup philosophy is the future. It will outcompete static business models and drive them out.

Agreed.. I've worked in startups for the most part my adult life.. and it's been educational. But what's happened recently is that larger companies are becomming amenable to a decntralized work force.. this was all in the making prior.. but COVID kind of forced their hand. I think it's a net benefit

Apartment? Nah I need privacy u mean a nice 2+ acres of land with a 2500+ square foot house

Brian K
I've asked a few clients for payment in crypto but so far no takers, hah. Plus, I can't pay my electric bill with BTC or ADA yet.

I've yet to be paid in crypto .. but open to it.. when paid in cash a lot of it goes into crypto .. so either way. It's been interesting to see the shift in workers from ages of 20 to about 45 who are very open to payment in crypto .. my parents would never consider it.. but it's becoming more normalized

i would take payment in crypto if i could

retirement in UK is 75 years old

if i paid 100 a month into crypto for 30 years i bet i'd be a lot richer and retire a lot earlier