Remotive

Email digest of tips on remote work and productivity

#1 Product of the DayDecember 08, 2014
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Highly relevant for me - thanks! Trivia: Next week our team will have been in the same location for the first time in over 2 years!
@AnujAdhiya Really cool! It's so much fun to come together as a team to work and celebrate :)
@AnujAdhiya Awesome to see more interest in the remote space. It's still overlooked by too many founders and VCs while products for remote workers and digital nomads will be a B$ market soon.
@levelsio I think this is the reason why the folks at the Lean Startup Conference launched one focused entirely on distributed teams earlier this year: http://officeoptional.co/. Had the chance to speak there - learnt way more than I expected. For anyone that's interested, just google "office optional youtube" to see videos of all the talks. cc @rdutel
Hey Everyone :) Rodolphe here, I started Remotive to help fellow Remote Workers to be Productive & connected - super nice to see it here :) All the technical part is handled by the very cool Jeremy Benaim - https://twitter.com/jeremybenaim :)
I <3 @rdutel and this Remotive newsletter! Got my second one this morning and had some great Monday reading to kick off the week :)
A truly great product! @rdutel is the founder/creator of the list and I know he has many great ideas about developing it! @rrhoover can you give him the "green dot"? :)
I wonder how much of PH's community works remotely. It seems like there is a ton of interest in all things remote. It makes me wonder if there might be value in dynamic collections. I would love it if the current static collections could become dynamic and new products could be tagged either by the community, the submitter or perhaps a collection curator. I know I would subscribe to a few collections so that I could get notifications on a few categories.
@EAWharton I think user-curated collections may also be another way to keep up with such topics
@EAWharton Very true! Dynamic collections would be great to keep track of great tools for remote workers and other communities!
@EAWharton +1 That would be awesome!