July 26, 2017 at 6:30 PM
Changing the #channel
Slack runs modern business. It’s a default tool for software development, media, and even construction. At Postlight, we live our professional lives—and our personal lives!—on Slack. And whenever something becomes this powerful, and this integrated into our way of work, we think it’s important to take notice and talk about it. Is the Slackification of our working life to be welcomed or resisted?!See More ➔
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