(Lap) Topless Meetings: No Gadgets Allowed

(Lap) Topless Meetings: No Gadgets Allowed
Dan Gould
  • 26 march 2008

Several companies in Silicon Valley are banning laptops, Blackberries, iphones and other connected gadgets from meetings. Complaints of people connecting more with their devices than each other have spurred this action. These “old fashioned” meetings are reported to go faster and have increased communication between attendees.

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