If you search on Google or Amazon for the word "vandwelling", you will soon realize that a lot has been written about the subject of living in cars, trucks and vans.
Where the enterprise social graph requires blasting a whole team with messages like “Hey, has anyone started working on this yet?”, we can just query the work graph and efficiently find out exactly who’s working on that task and how much progress they’ve made.
I'm guessing that the author will soon have a software product to sell to the corporate world, which will solve some of these problems. Sounds good...
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We spend nearly half our waking hours at work, and much of that time is not even spent doing our actual job: It's all work about work. Email
Applying to College Shouldn't Require Answering Life's Great Questions
Essay prompts ask high school seniors have it all figured out. But isn't that why you go to college?
There Is a Man Wandering Around California With 3 Mules
And, yes, he has a website.
I'm a big fan of Tom Lawler, but I think his rant - posted earlier today by Bill McBride - is misguided. Lawler's essential complaint is tha
What gives American factories their competitive edge: They’re easy to close
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