Shortly after graduating from school, I found a job in ADP (automated data processing), as it was called in the early 70's. Soon I spotted a "techo-aborigine". He was working off site in a coffee house. That got my attention. I wanted to work that way too. Being at an office all day was not so much fun. We are turning back into "aborigines" as we return to more mobility. Many of us can do our jobs at home, workplaces, or vacation resorts. The reach of the global communication networks is global. Work supervisors are beginning to count results not desk time.