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The chance to enjoy a flexible work environment has persuaded 11 million Americans to become telecommuters. And now the people who wear pajamas to the office have their very own publication, the monthly magazine Telecommute. Published by The International Telework Association and Council, the magazine offers self-discipline tips to increase the productivity in your work space, and steps for making the transition from office to home a smooth one. Helpful book titles and web sites are referenced to assist the home-alone worker. And while on the web, take the time to visit The Smart Office, a new listserv aimed at greening the workplace. This intelligent site, sponsored by the Sustainable Development International Corporation, provides a starting point for any business looking to become eco-friendly while also improving productivity and profits. "The listserv won't focus merely on the idea of greening the workplace--it will be grounded in nuts-and-bolts information on how to go green" writes webmaster Amy K. Townsend, author of The Smart Office. The goal is to create serious online networking to provoke real changes in the work environment. Annual subscriptions to Telecommute are $18.95 from Murphy Media Group, PO Box 14357, Parkville, MO 64152/ (816) 587-0119. Connect to the Smart Office listserv at
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Author:Labozzetta, Jonathan
Date:Jan 1, 1999
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