Archive for October, 2012
Another gem from Michael Wade, the Execupundit. I was captured by the simple truth of the closing remark to his post. The sad part about the folks he describes is that they are so blinded by their position they do not see the serious erosion in their credibility – not only to whatever rigid platform […]
Please take a 10 minute coffee break to watch this video – 100 years in 10 minutes, covering 1911 through 2011. Most folks will recognize the events listed; what I found fascinating was to see unrelated and world-wide events documented in chronological order. Sadly, this rendition of history rather heavily focuses on events that chronicle […]
Scientists top the list. Check out io9.com for the full article. Attorneys don’t make the list – Most judges don’t allow coffee in the courtroom. Good thing I don’t spend much time there.
For “knowledge workers” (folks who spend most of the day at a desk connected to the internet for exchange of information), email can easily get out of hand. Statistics suggest that knowledge workers spend 28% of their day handling email (more than 1/4 of your time!) Digital Goddess Kim Kommando offers 9 Simple Steps to […]