Israel: Cafes Discourage Digital Workers

“How do we handle fast shifts in the economy and in people's behavior?” asks Ami Vider of Tel Aviv Tomorrow, reflecting on how businesses respond to the physical presence of digital workers.

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  • Ami

    Thanks for the link to my blog ( ~ another point to made later in my hopping around town is where one can have a good coffee and a quick connection. It seems like bars, pubs and cafes without rigid corporate policy and independent minded owners (maybe even managers) are willing to let the roving digital workers have a place to sit and work for a while. Because of a few comments from people I am starting to note where we can work peacefully.

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