One of the core principles of burst working is that you can and do it from anywhere you have a network. Over the next month I will be living a burst experiment as I attempt to work from Oregon. Where I work with people from all over the United States, my primary work group is on the Right Coast so we are testing the distal and spatial boundaries a tad. My hope is to sort of work in the Eastern Time Zone, but I'm not sure that really matters too much.
One of the questions that someone asked me when I was mentioning my working in Oregon was about the technologies I would be using. My answer, "The same technologies I use now. I don't think anything will be any different." The person followed-up with, "And those would be?" He got me there... With no escaping the question it seemed like that might make a good blog topic. But not one long post-- that's even boring to think about. So I will write short posts over the month about the various technologies, and hopefully I can wind the description into an actual use case so you can see how the technology enhances the richness of the virtual communication.
That said, I need to get to work. Have a good week all!