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Jagjit S. Chadha

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Many employers are not making a decision until many workers are vaccinated. And some are making plans for “hybrid” work arrangements.

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Sick of boring grids of heads? A new crop of start-ups aims to bring some serendipity and spark to remote meetings. (The Future of Work)

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What’s lost and won as newsrooms close their offices for good

Ruth Margalit

Columbia Journalism Review, 2020

Companies are figuring out how to balance what appears to be a lasting shift toward remote work with the value of the physical workplace.

John Seabrook

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When There Are No Magic Words to Say (Resources on Faith, Sickness, Grief and Doubt)

Patrick Riecke

CreateSpace, 2018

From the Black Death to the Present

Frank Snowden

Yale UP, 2019

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And what it lost in the process

Ed Yong

The Atlantic, 2020