Includes bibliographical references (p. -198) and index.
Pt. I. The connectivity imperative : business responses to new media. Selling the flexible workplace : the creative economy and new media fetishism -- Working from home : the mobile office and the seduction of convenience -- Part-time precarity : discount labor and contract careers -- pt. II. Getting intimate : Online culture and the rise of social networking. To CC : or not to CC : teamwork in office culture -- Facebook friends : security blankets and career mobility -- Know your product : online branding and the evacuation of friendship -- pt. III. Looking for love in the networked household. Home offices and remote parents : family dynamics in online households -- Long hours, high bandwith : negotiating domesticity and distance -- On call -- Conclusion : Labor politics in an online workplace-- the lovers vs. the loveless.
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