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If only this were a joke.
In 2006, the accounting firm Ernst & Young did an internal study of its employees and found that for each additional 10 hours of vacation employees took, their year-end performance ratings from supervisors (on a scale of one to five) improved by 8 percent.
The new Tumblr design is fantastic
Clean, simple, usable. Doesn’t feel like it was over or under designed.
I’ve heard some people receive a lot of flack for having a Tumblr as opposed to a “real blog.” I don’t have a lot of tolerance for this, and feel compelled to pull out my “I was blogging in the 90’s” story. It’s boring so I won’t repeat it.
I gave up my “real blog” for Tumblr because of the simplicity and I’ve stuck by it ever since. I like not having to think about code in order to share something I find beautiful. As much as I love design, having content stripped back to bare essentials and being shown in Tumblr feeds lessens the pressure.
Overall, my only regret is not being able to have the archives of each individual blog that I evolved into. I believe the count is 4-5, which if consolidated, go from December 1999 until somewhere in 2005, die off for a bit, then emerge again with Tumblr. I have archives of this period stashed away somewhere, but how can I get it into Tumblr? I’m talking Blogger, Greymatter, Moveable Type, and Wordpress exports. Disgusting.
I totally just went into that “I was blogging in the 90’s” story, didn’t I?
This is no longer science fiction.
That time when I tried to unsubscribe from a Rogers e-mail
Here’s the seamless process of unsubscribing for the unwanted e-mail I received from Rogers today.
1. Click “unsubscribe” from a bottom of a Rogers e-mail.
2. Enter my e-mail address.
3. Get an error stating that since I’m a registered user I need to login in order to unsubscribe.
4. Try 4 different passwords before I’m let in.
5. My account is locked for over 3 password attempts. Need to request temporary password.
6. Get temporary password from e-mail and enter login credentials again.
7. Need to accept the new Terms and Conditions.
8. Need to change password because it’s temporary.
9. Click on My Profile. Can’t find newsletter unsubscribe.
10. Go back to original e-mail and click “unsubscribe.”
11. “Please click here and we’ll unsubscribe you from the newsletter.”
12. Unsubscribe confirmation. Sweet merciful Christ.
One day, Mr. Zuckerberg’s sister Randi was shopping with her future sister-in-law when Ms. Chan stopped to admire a pair of shoes that cost $600. Ms. Zuckerberg said, “You should get them, you have the money.” Ms. Chan, instead, put the shoes back. “It’s not my money,” she replied.
Shredded money, 2008 by Christodoulos Panayiotou.
The dune-like installation (5 meter hight and 7 meters diameter) consists of shredded bank notes. Following an agreement with the Central Bank of Cyprus, shredded Cypriot pounds were collected in January 2008 when the country entered the Eurozone. The work which represents the whole wealth of the Island at this transitional moment comments on the charged historical moment and the specific symbolic value of the cypriot currency.
At QVC, the television shopping channel, traffic and viewers rise around noon, then quiet down until after 7 p.m. Then items like cosmetics and accessories sell briskly. “Call them girl treats — they seem to attract a really strong following once you get past dinnertime,” said Doug Rose, senior vice president for multichannel programming and marketing for the company. “You can probably come to your own conclusion as to what’s motivating her.”