The debate about offices — that is, returning to an office versus continuing to work remotely — isn’t always really a debate about offices, writes Derek Thompson of the Atlantic. “In many cases, it’s a tug-of-war over tradition, wherein the pro-office crowd essentially stumps for the status quo and disguises its change aversion by wrapping it in the normative language of Good Offices versus Troublesome Work-From-Home Policies." To reframe the debate, Thompson suggests an intriguing thought experiment. The full article can be found here.