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September 21, 2011


Frank Taylor

Meeting by videoconference avoids the time, expense, and environmental impact of air travel. I think that is the main point. It saves times and enables communication for people in different countries. That is a huge benefit in todays business. This increases productivity but this also costs lots of jobs in various parts of society. So this also has its disadvantages economically. But from the perspective of a single entrepreneur webconferencing is extremely helpful and cost reducing.

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