Mar. 18, 2013 The New Yorker

On Mar. 18, 2013 The New Yorker‘s James Surowiecki wrote “Face Time” about Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer insisting employees show up at work. On those occasions where people need to work on a task alone, working from home may make sense, but socialization is best done face to face. Casual and formal meetings in person at work can be more productive than telecommuting for a company. You are less likely to trust someone who works from home even if it is one day a week.

Jill Lepore wrote “The Dark Ages” about the history of torture and terrorism.

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