I love reading editorials in the New York Times. When I saw on one of the letters to the editor yesterday, it really jumped out at me.

The New York Times posted a letter to the editor titled, “Bad Weather? Try Telecommuting.” It was penned by a Marguerite Pastirchak of Port Jefferson Station, New York. Here is an excerpt from her letter:

“With all the bad weather making commuting terribly uncomfortable and at times dangerous, it is time we take a better look at telecommuting. This technology can allow so many office workers and students the benefit of staying home to do their work and studies while saving institutions money. Traffic and travel time will be reduced, which is good for all.”

Bravo, Marguerite. This is right on target—and it wasn’t a solicited opinion.  In other words, I checked it out. This dear lady doesn’t work for a virtual office company so far as I can tell. She’s politically active in social change issues.

Davinci Virtual Office Solutions doesn’t have any virtual office space in Port Jefferson Station, New York. Port Jefferson Station is about 60 miles away from Manhattan, though. So if Port Jefferson Station entrepreneurs want to offer a big city impression at an affordable cost, they can rent virtual office space in Manhattan—or Albany or Buffalo—from Davinci Virtual.

Davinci Virtual Office Solutions has New York virtual office space in Albany, Jericho, White Plains, Buffalo, Malta, Garden City, New York, Harrison and Rye Brook. Altogether, Davinci Virtual has 37 virtual office locations in New York, and many of them are offering new low rates.