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It's Time To Re-Think Return to Office Mandates: Remote Work is Here to Stay


For over two years during the Covid-19 pandemic, millions of office workers made the transition to working effectively from home. With the rapid shift to remote work, many companies discovered that their employees could be just as, if not more, productive working remotely. However, as pandemic restrictions have eased, many businesses are now pushing for a mandatory return to the office—even for those who have proven they can excel while working remotely. But do these return-to-office mandates actually make business sense, or are they more about corporations exerting control over where and how employees work?

Rethinking Life in a Post COVID-19 World


I have been thinking a lot over the past several months to try to make sense of the uncertain future that awaits us as we learn to cope with the impact COVID-19 has had on society and what our future looks like. It is highly unlikely that COVID-19 will ever disappear and will likely haunt us for the foreseeable future. COVID-19 has opened many people’s eyes and it is clear that the way we have been doing things in the past are no longer wise to continue to do the same way in the future. This post is a brain-dump of some of my thoughts and ideas as to how things should change in the future to adjust to life in a post COVID-19 world.

Yes! – 3D Printing PPE For Medical Staff and Frontline Workers is a HORRIBLE idea but here is why I will continue to do it


Over the past 3 weeks, I have been running 2-3 of my 3D printers almost non-stop to crank out face shields, masks and ear savers that are being donated to first responders and other frontline workers in the midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic. As of this posting, I have personally donated over 150 Face Shields and 30 face masks at no cost to those who are working at the front line to help to get this pandemic under control. I have had several people comment that I am wasting my time with printing PPE for first responders and I wanted to respond to some of these comments: