Quite the Contrary . . .
Delivery App Skepticism
Waiting for DoorDash to deliver your Trattoria El Vicente order? Think twice. There is no Trattoria El Vicente; it’s a delivery app fiction.
Hacked, Or Just a Hack?
Someone attempted to access my online banking account. As a past victim of identity theft, I knew the drill. I had been hacked. Or, had I?
Taking it in the (Stock) Shorts
Another depressed, Covid era blogger shares his thoughts. It’s a modern day morality play that, somehow, comes up short.
People Are Our Most Important Asset
Strange as it may sound in this age of increasing automation, gig work, and executive pay, people still are a company’s most important asset.
The Turkey Surplus
A turkey surplus is coming. The reasons cited? Covid has reduced holiday travel and gathering sizes. It’s time to look more closely.
To Mask or Not to Mask
Experts calculate that by wearing a mask you could help prevent a $56.14 daily drop in GDP. That’s $13,500 over the course of the work year.
Innumeracy and Coronavirus
Innumeracy. If math was your worst subject, then catching coronavirus may be your best. Don’t flaunt your mathematical illiteracy. Wear a mask.
In Defense of Pepperoni
Pepperonis are in short supply. Adding them to your pizza is becoming costly. Why not give your tastebuds and wallets a break instead?
The Hybrid Myth
The word, hybrid, has come to connote an improvement. A combination of dissimilar elements that is better than its individual parts. Don’t believe it.
Parkinson’s Pandemic-Adjusted Law
Covid 19 has changed the office environment, perhaps forever. Yet, as Parkinson’s Law predicted, the corporate bureaucrat will find a way to thrive.
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