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The Twat Revolution: Office On Tuesday, Wednesday And Thursday Only

People in newly developed parts of the world are faced with a plethora of technologies to choose from all at once. ‘Do you want clean running water or pay TV?’ seems a strange question to us: to millions of people it is a real dilemma. Modern working life duly involves a jumbled and distracting mixture of meetings, telephone calls, video, email, text and messaging applications, leaving people endlessly and ineffectually shunting between communications modes. More-over, asynchronous communication is easier to generate, and requires neither coordination nor consent: why go to the trouble of meeting people when you can, um, toss off an email in five minutes, for free? We are growing a highly educated, talented workforce only for technology to turn them into email-pushing bureaucrats. The only people I have found who have solved this problem are a group known as Twats. These people travel into London for those three days every week, holding face-to-face meetings and little else. The more people become Twats, the more effective twattery becomes.

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