In physics, work is defined as an applied force moving an object over a distance. Technically, any time you apply force to move an object, even if that object is just a mug full of coffee moving from the counter to your mouth, you're working! Congratulations.
In the post-industrial age, information circulates with the same gravitas as weight and substance. With information, we make decisions. Information moves through us and becomes real.
So, when we say we work, what we are, in fact, doing, is moving your information toward realization. From concept to completion. Work is the neurological spark in your brain forming the composition of a thought, which forms a plan, which forms a product, which forms an action. All in a complex chain of electrical signals flowing from your synapse to a chip board and back out again.
Yes, we work. When we build software, we move the world with it.
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