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June 20, 2008

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Chuck Wilsker

Thanks, Mike.

Very well put.

We call them policies, processes, and procedures but you got the thoughts right and that's what counts.

Looking forward to running into you again.

Chuck

Michael Sola

Thanks Chuck for the clarification, I write like a doctor - all I saw were a bunch of P's on my notes! It was a delightful conversation and you are most entertaining when you speak. Hope to see you again and soon! Michael

Michael Stein

Michael - very interesting ramble through the telework conundrum. We've found that it is while it is invaluable to have the kind of informal communication that occurs when people are in the same workspace a good bit of the time, letting folks skip the commute once or twice a week gives people both more work time and more personal time - a morale booster that's a win-win in the ol' work/life balance battle.
m

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