Phil Libin, a creator of the Evernote app and a founder of the product studio All Turtles, was among those who just wanted things to get back to the way they were. “I was an in-person kind of person,” he says. “I was a big proponent of fancy, nice offices.” In fact, what he didn’t like was video meetings. “I didn’t realize that the office was a central problem,” he continues. “Now I think it’s literally one of the dumbest ideas.” Eventually, Libin shut down All Turtles’ physical offices and moved from San Francisco to northwest Arkansas. He and a few colleagues developed software designed to improve video presentations and calls, eventually building a whole new start-up called Mmhmm around it. The New York Times