I intend to vote in favor of the revised Ferndale School District levy, but I do so with caution.
I expect that ten years from now, we will look back on 2019 as a time at least as strange as the 1920s and 30s were to me growing up in the 1960s and listening to my parents and grandparents talk about pre-war America.
I don’t expect schools in 2030 to be anything like schools in 2019. And I expect the population of Whatcom County and Ferndale School District to be far different than it is today or was a few years ago.
I worked from home on Waschke Road for a New York City corporation. My bosses and peers were folks living in Brooklyn and Manhattan. My official office was on the Seattle east side and about half the team I managed was spread between Olympia and Everett. The other half was in New York, Hyderabad, Prague, London, Chicago, and a half dozen other places I’ve forgotten. But my home address has always been in Whatcom County, my working office in the farmhouse my grandfather built.
I get together with a group of software architects on Friday afternoon/evenings to share gossip over a glass of beer. (Fringe Jam IPA for me, thank you.) We are in every U.S. time zone. Most of these old crabs are field architects who used to spend their working weeks in offices or on the road visiting sites. I was a leading indicator, a product architect working remotely from home most of the time. Now, we all work from home.
In the day, I had to twist arms to get permission to work from home. Now people are ordered to work from home. Companies all over the country are ordering or all
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