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Are in-person meetings more productive than sharing information digitally?

CU Times reporters and editors are scattered across the country, from New England to Southern California. Most of us work out of home offices. Our virtual newsroom bares no resemblance to the newsrooms portrayed in TV and movies, in which editors have big offices with windows overlooking banks of reporters as they furiously type away in open cubicles.

We share the vast majority of our information digitally, and it’s a process we are constantly refining. Where do we draw the line between sharing and oversharing with reply-to-all emails? Is Dropbox secure enough? At what point does an email string deserve a meeting?

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