Unless you were born rich, your choices are either selling your body or your brains for a living. Of the two, the brains have a longer sell-by date.
Not now, not yet
What I do at work most of the day, every day, is engage in a caricatural form of communication that consists in passing on bits of information to various people through various channels, incessantly, and at a great speed. If I blinked, I’d fall behind. I don’t care about the people I communicate with, nor... Continue Reading →
The virtues of work
I’ve been active in the job market for over a quarter of a century, jumping countries and continents, and I'm yet to see a workplace that wouldn’t function in a way which is purely absurd. Perhaps absurdity is an inherent feature of every human organisation. The term ‘work culture’ makes fuss over the existence of... Continue Reading →