“Some employees are permanently moving to remote work, and companies are puzzling over how to give them the same ability to participate as those who are physically present. There are even early discussions about using artificial intelligence to conjure up holographic representations of employees who are off site but could still take a seat at the table.” NYT on the partial return to the workplace: Here Come Hot Desks and Zoom Rooms. And Holograms?

+ WaPo: The hybrid office is here to stay. The shift could be more disruptive than the move to all-remote work. (I’m a bit of a contrarian on this. I predict in a couple years we’ll be seeing headlines like, How Remote Work Faded and Things Got Back to Normal in the American Office. But I may just be more anxious to get out of the house than most people…)