Even the well-appointed stationery, neatly placed on top of the desk, is gradually going the way of the wish-you-were-here postcard. “If there’s a choice between working at a table and working at a desk, 100 percent of the time, I’ll work at the table,” said Jason Dorsey, who is based in Austin, Tex., and travels frequently in his work as a consultant and a speaker about younger consumers. Driving the changes are younger travelers who have a more fluid approach to work, hotel executives say - plugging in anywhere, anytime. Get the full story at The New York Times