I think about remote communication a lot. I work on a remote team that has 25+ people, and it’s growing. And, we’re starting to span time zones. I told Devin and Abby I’d share some Slacker tips, so here goes.
Our team has doubled in size over the last year, which means keeping track of our team’s communication is starting to become unwieldy. All of the skills I’ve learned over the last two years on how to communicate remotely is being put to the test.
When Matt told me he was thinking about working remotely, I realized that I had to write this post for him, because working remotely can be a tough adjustment for hyper-social weirdos like us.
I can’t remember how many times we’ve texted, jotted down on cocktail napkin, or typed into other people’s phones this list of Portland recommendations. It’s time we put it all together in one place.
I’d been wanting to blog about wedding planning along the way, but I also didn’t want to ruin the surprise for our guests. So, here is a year’s worth of blog posts gathered into one very, very long post.
My friend’s guesses came in from Instagram and Facebook: Australian cattle, Airedale Terrier, Border Terrier, Cairn Terrier, Chow, Poodle, Great Dane… I was personally convinced that he was, in large part, an Irish Terrier.
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