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If Stanford helps students become better citizens in society, On Deck aims to help people become better citizens of the internet. What skills would one need in order to be a citizen of the internet? If you were designing the syllabus, what courses would you imagine being taught?

Check out these incredible maps that some of our students designed for Constellation, one of our Synthesis simulations. How cool are these? pic.twitter.com/qFRFG6zkBH

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Need a work from home tip? Use @webex. You can easily send personal meeting room links, share your screen for presentations, create fun custom backgrounds, and they even have an AI assistant feature to take meeting notes. Sign up here: bit.ly/3lcFjyZ #lifeonwebex #ad pic.twitter.com/GFBcjlTyxw

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Interesting perspective on the future of work: not only will #RemoteWork take a more prominent role, but the skills required will shift as well, further favoring those who are able to generate results. bit.ly/2LGM5gL

For me, the most important element to this debate is flexibility for employees. We're seeing that employees like the freedom of choice that comes with remote work, which can include collaborating in an office environment at least some of the time. bit.ly/3hQllrZ

In this world of remote work, I wanted to share a tip I've learned from this year. What tips and tricks have others been using to navigate the distributed work environment? pic.twitter.com/fzbPFkfeV7

As our customers work to accommodate a distributed workforce, Networking has become increasingly critical. With that being said, I'm looking forward to speaking at our Modern Networking Event next week. I encourage you to register if you have not already! bit.ly/3pstEPd

Giving feedback digitally can oftentimes come across as impersonal and irrationally harsh. As someone who is very direct this is something I've had to think about even more in 2020. How are others learning to provide feedback in a remote-first environment? bit.ly/3mHLMmw

There will always be a place for face-to-face interaction in nearly every industry. As we slowly begin to emerge from the pandemic, when and how will it be used? bit.ly/3i8Q8By

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We’re about to find out 99% of all meetings could have been zooms and slacks.

The Remote Revolution. A legion of remote only employees are choosing work life balance. Many unicorns will rise servicing this market. twitter.com/hnshah/status/…

Creative ppl should NOT work Monday-Friday 9-to-5 (yet 99% do this) @naval has a great framework. Work like a LION. - sit - wait for prey - SPRINT - eat/enjoy - rest & repeat Most people work like COWS instead. Standing in the field all day, grazing grass slowly.

We're hiring a podcast assistant for My First Million! -hourly rate. 20 hours/week. -sit in on pods, make sure they are smooth -upload recordings, notes -guest logistics, pre-episode logistics (helping w/research) Basically, help me and @ShaanVP so we can focus on content.

In our podcast ep, @MarcLore said he works entirely (100%) from his phone. That's nuts. How do you write long (500 words plus) stuff? What about excel + google sheets? Or banking? Marc, is this true? Anyone else do this? What's it like?

You don't have a track record. You don't have a platform to speak on. You don't have the funds. Here's how 21-year old @balajis would spend his time and build his skill set: pic.twitter.com/aLAPczorqF

I wanna talk about the economics of co-working spaces. Is there anyone out there that runs one doing at least $20m in sales who can explain what makes them succeed?

Shaan is super good at figuring out with motivates new hires. In this ep, he tells this amazing Steve Jobs story to make his point. This pod is full of biz ideas. Click vid to listen. pic.twitter.com/TG2yW2w3Nw

In our latests, @jwmares talks side hustle opportunities. The companies Justin started do collectively over $100m a year in sales. They all started as side hustles. Click the link in the video to hear the entire ep. pic.twitter.com/6GspX1U0i5

Colleges have to convince students for the next year that a remote education is worth every bit as much as an in-person one, and then pivot back before students actually start believing it. It’s like only being able to sell your competitor’s product for a year.

Blue states and cities are about to get hit twice - massive budget deficits just as remote work makes the tax base more mobile than ever.

Technology destroys jobs and replaces them with opportunities.

The Internet replaces mid-sized businesses with network-effect based monopolies, each hosting a long tail of creators. We’ll end up with one town hall, one social network, one video host, one music label, one taxi dispatcher, one big-box retailer. Antitrust law is obsolete.

Bitcoin is an exit from the Fed. DeFi is an exit from Wall Street. Social media is an exit from mass media. Homeschooling is an exit from industrial education. Remote work is an exit from 9-5. Creator economy is an exit from employment. Individuals are leaving institutions.

1/ Have had a lot of discussions with CEOs about their post-covid offices. Based on a poll of @BankMercury employees: - 35% want to be remote - 44% want to be hybrid We have decided to support remote+hybrid and are getting office space in SF, Portland, Toronto, and New York pic.twitter.com/SwNsoxvBtK

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A year into this new era of work, and it’s clear some things are changed forever. Most enterprises I talk to will be digital-first, more distributed, more collaborative, and more flexible in where and how people work. Still so much software left to create for this new world!

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Now that offices are slowly starting to open back up, defining this new digital-first way of working anywhere is profoundly more interesting and complicated than when everything was fully remote. We’re in for a wild year!

Most companies won’t return fully to the office. And most companies won’t remain fully remote. Software will bridge these worlds to make work and information sharing seamless. Lots of work to do make this simple, if not magical.

Working fully in-office is well understood. Working fully remotely is well understood. We will need a new set of workplace norms, tools, and processes for the hybrid, flexible workplace. This is a massive opportunity for enterprise software innovation to stitch this all together.

“Having your own business is the way forward and the way out,” Mr. Ugwu said. “Even if I make less money, I will focus on the co-op to make sure we succeed.” Will be interesting to watch h/t @LilaShroff nytimes.com/2021/05/28/tec…