Last week, The Atlantic published an article I believe should be posted in workplaces all over the U.S.: It’s illegal fire or punish people for talking to other workers about how much they make. In fact, it’s illegal to even threaten to do so or discourage workers from talking about their salaries. This may seem like […]
This one’s a bit more like an old-school LJ post than the…well, whatever it is that this blog’s known for. Just wanted to warn you before we got started. I’ve had the opportunity to make money in a field I loved three times so far in my life. I’ve worked, tangentially, in the music industry, […]
Alrighty, I have an idea I’d like to share with you both all, and I think it’s a good one. Here’s the pitch: A 13-month calendar is, for many reasons, a much better thing than a 12-month calendar. It makes so man things easier when every month is the same length. You just tack a […]
…is strictly forbidden. For some reason, the public WiFi on my train blocks both Cracked.com and xkcd.com. That’s really annoying on mornings when my RSS feed is bare. Of course, the ads on the Cracked app load just fine, so there’s that… And yes, I know I’m sitting here complaining about the fact that my […]
…that shared workspaces increased productivity, then why do they all have their own offices?
or “Do the Right Thing as a 22 Minute Cartoon” I know this isn’t exactly new, but it will be timely as long as we continue to deify the wealthy as the Source Of All Jobs. How about a little love for the Job Doers, eh?