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Most interesting part in here to me: “the effect is that by writing ‘Sure thing!’ in Slack while saying ‘What the fuck?’ under my breath, I spare both my colleagues and myself some grief. I make everyone’s day a little better. I get a little time to figure out whether this is something I want to turn into a big deal—or ‘expend institutional capital on,’ in girlboss parlance—or just brush aside.” It’s ironic (in a pleasant way) that this technology, which is part of a global infrastructure all about *speeding up,* actually gives workers more time to themselves. It’s ironic because I don’t think that’s really what Slack was proposed to do (lol). That being said, there’s a lot of good stuff written about media like Slack and how they relate to disembodiment, alienation, etc. that would have been nice for this essay(?) to touch on. What do you think?
Most interesting part in here to me: “the effect is that by writing ‘Sure thing!’ in Slack while saying ‘What the fuck?’ under my breath, I spare both my colleagues and myself some grief. I make everyone’s day a little better. I get a little time to figure out whether this is something I want to turn into a big deal—or ‘expend institutional capital on,’ in girlboss parlance—or just brush aside.” It’s ironic (in a pleasant way) that this technology, which is part of a global infrastructure all about *speeding up,* actually gives workers more time to themselves. It’s ironic because I don’t think that’s really what Slack was proposed to do (lol). That being said, there’s a lot of good stuff written about media like Slack and how they relate to disembodiment, alienation, etc. that would have been nice for this essay(?) to touch on. What do you think?
>"For years, women have had to control their voice, posture, and demeanor in the workplace. With Slack, we don’t have to worry about any of that."
>"For years, women have had to control their voice, posture, and demeanor in the workplace. With Slack, we don’t have to worry about any of that."
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