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Living through livecams

My dystopic cyberpunk future

When I used to work in an office, the day would be broken up by conversation with my colleagues, by trips to the (awful) free drinks machine, by jaunts out of the office to grab lunch, and by the general ambient noise of working around other people.

Now I work from home, and though I have family who are at home too, the days are often spent sat alone, at my computer, at a desk in an empty room from which I can't see out a window. I've learned ways of coping with that, and online livestreams of city streets and landscapes is one of them.

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Graham Smith

Deputy Editorial Director

Rock Paper Shotgun's former editor-in-chief and current corporate dad. Also, he continues to write evening news posts for some reason.