<% @ LANGUAGE="VBSCRIPT" %> The Telecommuting Mindset advocates for the Information Age when access to electronic services achieves parity with physical access
THE TELECOMMUTING MINDSET
Speeding the Transition from The Industrial Age to the Information Age
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The Infrastructure
Policies & Regulations
Broadband
The Web
The Collaborative
Vision

The Components
e-Commerce
e-Communications
e-Democracy
Data Vaulting
Distance Learning
e-Entertainment
e-Finance
e-Government
e-News
e-Religion
e-Research
Tele-Medicine
Tele-Work

Tele-Commuter Resources, Inc.
An overview of the opportunities being presented by the Information Age

POWERPOINT
TAPP Slide Show
SLIDESHOW
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------.An initial forum will be sponsored by TCR early n 2004. To participate, please register via the e-Consensus Forum ®

------. The Possibilities

------. The status

Tele-Commuter Resources, Inc. This section of the web site has been developed as a catalyst for a broader community discussion about how the concept of telecommuting can build stronger communities. We call this the creation of the telecommuting mindset i.e., that condition in which parity is established between physical and electronic access of each service. When a sufficient quantity of these applications are present in a community we say that "Critical Mass" has been achieved. At this point the community can properly support a community development strategy based upon telecommuting. Each of the component applications listed on the left share many of the enabling infrastructures and therefore, they all have a certain level of interdependence.

This section of the site has been developed to explore how each of these "marketing verticals" can be integrated to support a "horizontal deployment" of telecommuting. Each page has been developed as a template to support:

  • A PowerPoint Presentation- as an overview to the subject
  • An e-Consensus Forum ®- to broaden and deepen the discussion, and
  • A Referral Center- to link interested parties to additional resources.
Please select any of the application areas on the left to view additional information.

APPLICATION LEADERS WANTED
As the list of elements expand, it is hoped that sponsors will be identified to fund the development and maintenance of these pages as well as the cost of operating the e-Consensus Forums® that will develop from them.

Sponsoring organizations will: .


Tele-Commuter Resources, Inc.
E-mail: Info@telecommuter.org
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All Rights Reserved, Patent Pending

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