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The way I generally tackle stuff like this is to make specific categories to hold items that can only be done in those locations, and then one general catchall for the items that can be done anyplace. Using your example, it would be "Home", "Office", and "Online".

For my workflow, I didn't see enough benefit to having "Computer" sub-contexts for both places. If I have six things to do at Home, the fact that two of them require a computer and four don't doesn't help me much. I find I get more done when I see my actions as often as possible - a smaller number of contexts helps me do that.