Internet has changed the nature of work

It is unclear how many people blog for pay, but there are surely several thousand and maybe even tens of thousands.

The emergence of this class of information worker has paralleled the development of the online economy. Publishing has expanded to the Internet, and advertising has followed.

Even at established companies, the Internet has changed the nature of work, allowing people to set up virtual offices and work from anywhere at any time. That flexibility has a downside, in that workers are always a click away from the burdens of the office. For obsessive information workers, that can mean never leaving the house.

Matt Richtel berichtet unter dem Titel In Web World of 24/7 Stress, Writers Blog Till They Drop über Blogger, die vom Online-Publizieren leben wollen.

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