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Zoom Makes Manterrupting Incredibly Obvious

We’re all learning new speech patterns now. Try not to zoomterrupt.

A guy on a video call as he is working from home in his living room.
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The weirdest thing about doing all your meetings on Zoom is that videoconferencing makes you a co-worker of yourself.

There’s the me that is typing this — the me that sits in front of a computer and meets with co-workers every day. Now, in real life…

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Ross McCammon

Ross McCammon

Author, Works Well With Others: Crucial Skills in Business No One Ever Teaches You // writing weekly about creativity, work, and human behavior, in a useful way

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