Which is a good thing, because Hangouts in Gmail just Why the Hangouts hate?
" As irony will have it, good communication is often the sacrifice when we leap from tab to tab, juggling the work we're meant to complete on our monitors along with the many, needy little windows imploring for our attention. The rise of open-office spaces has stolen workers' freedom to speak privately."When you're in an open office space, you can't have quick conversation without disturbing those around you," Chandler Bolt, the author of "The Productive Person," tells The Huffington Post.Workers are also concerned about eavesdropping, so they turn to the "safety" of their screens to trade ideas, platitudes and tribulations with colleagues through online chat. While a concise instant message may seem to be an efficient way to touch base (without strains like rising from your swivel chair), the interaction can quickly turn trite or futile.Nearly four years later, I sometimes type his email address in the search box in my Gmail.Hundreds of results pop up, and I’ll pick a few at random to read. Me: yep it’s a buddhism thing I can break down Clark’s illness into one diagnosis (metastatic melanoma), one prognosis (between 4 and 14 months to live), three surgeries, three clinical trials, seven hospital stays, three doses of chemotherapy, and five weeks of hospice care.