My most recent three posts at my Vox blog were of 1970s TV shows: I must be going through a retro mood of late. It dawned on me that one favourite, which I did not post about, was about a virtual company: Mission: Impossible. From Wikipedia:
As depicted in the original series, IMF agents were mostly part-time spies who kept regular day jobs as actors, electronics tycoons, fashion models, doctors, lawyers, and even circus acrobats. The only “full-time” member identiﬁed was the team leader.
For those who say they ﬁnd the virtual company structure unfamiliar, I invite them to look at the late Mr Geller’s show (and not Mr Cruise’s movies). It depicts one to a T. Posted by Jack Yan, 00:30
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