This week, I spent part of my morning working from my parked car inside my dark garage. The lights and heat were off, even though it’s winter in Chicago. I had no choice; I needed total silence to record a podcast for work, but my two young children were home and I couldn’t risk interruption.
I always knew I wasn’t the only one attempting to pull off spy-calibre manoeuvres in the name of working from home. Robert Kelly, political science professor and international relations expert, had the misfortune of being uber-interrupted on live television while conducting an interview with the BBC on the very serious topic of the impeachment and removal of South Korea’s president.