A: With global telecommunications, wireless connectivity and the death of the office, it will be possible to work from anywhere.
B: So you think you could just take off to a beach or a beautiful, sun-soaked spot in an idyllic part of the world and do your work from there?
A: If we could do it, many others could, too. There wouldn’t be an idyllic place left on Earth. They’d all be crowded with people shouting into their mobile devices or tapping away on their keyboards.
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（Paul Cooper, Taipei Times／台北時報林俐凱譯）
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