The Wrong Class + Touching Fish and Clouds: Thankful for the Pandemic Teaching Us Differently
Working from home for 19 months has allowed many things to slowly ferment. Recently, two events have shown me two transformations.
The Wrong Classroom
To prevent employees from going crazy, the company thoughtfully provides various online courses, just like selecting courses in college. As long as they don’t conflict with work, you can take the opportunity to enrich yourself. Most of the courses are related to the profession, and they also invite domain experts to give online lectures, invite renowned university professors to talk about future technology, or invite heavyweight authoritative figures to have “casual chats by the fire.” Of course, they also take care of the spiritual level, teaching you how to relieve stress during the epidemic and how to live with your family in a small space. With the comprehensive work-from-home policy, domestic violence has also increased. Women who are abused have nowhere to hide.
Finally, I had some free time to attend an artificial intelligence class, but when I entered the classroom, I realized it was a cooking class. I must have gone to the wrong classroom. At first, I wanted to hang up, but then I thought, which one is more practical, learning a little cooking that I have a close relationship with every day, or learning technology that has nothing to do with survival?
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