Dustin Moskovitz, an early employee of Facebook, is worth $5bn, give or take the odd million, after last week’s initial public offering. He could now apply his technological knowhow and abundant new wealth to solving the world’s loftiest organisational problems. Instead, he and his partners are hunkered down in a dark ground-floor office in San Francisco’s Mission district working out how to liberate office workers and middle managers from the tyranny of lengthening to-do lists, overflowing email and meetings about meetings. Dilbert, meet Dustin.
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