Tag: wfh

Internet of Things

Bots that can perform a growing number of often tedious and time-consuming tasks in an increasingly online business world. Speed tests are useful to remote workers who might need to figure out whether a poor connection is due… Read More

Touch

But when it comes to emoji, they’ve entered a whole new world of meaning. Here are some of our favorite emoji that don’t quite mean what you might think. Reintegrating back into our post pandemic summer while also… Read More

Future

Whether it’s reviving old trends or starting new ones, TikTok is where Gen Z sets the tone for what’s cool. The climate and the biodiversity summit, which equal climate change as an existential crisis. Amazon’s strategy depends on… Read More

France

De Gaulle provided the blueprint for advanced, industrial societies in search of vitality. The state of to-morrow. Frankrijk heeft Nederland ingehaald als het om vaccineren gaat, met dank aan de coronapas. Ruim 80 procent is inmiddels gevaccineerd. Thousands of… Read More

Glossary

Beslisboom Coronanvirus (Covid-19) kinderen en 12 jaar + naar kinderopvang / school, thuisblijven of werk?  WFH (working from home to the uninitiated), PPE, flattening the curve, contact tracing, herd immunity, lockdown, quarantine, super-spreader, social distancing, essential workers, zooming… Read More

The New Normal

The lack of space for pandemic-era working from home by marketing a tiny home-office building that can be constructed adjacent to houses in just two days. Hospitality, whether at fast-food counters, neighborhood bars or formal dining rooms: eating… Read More

Economics

A pandemic-driven shortage of parts and labor has combined with a congested transport system to create an inflationary spike, with shipping rates doubling. The supply chain crisis. Additional stimulus measures, especially monetary easing, are likely to yield an increasingly unfavorable trade-off between short-term… Read More

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