Sunday's disaster was both an epic meltdown and completely as-expected.
I always thought my brothers and I were the only ones who went ape-shit with the sandwiches after Thanksgiving. But a few of these could give ours a run for the money.
I think this post (and the affirming comments on it) have pushed me over the edge. I've wanted a Chromebook for a while now, but now I want this Chromebook.
A coincidence that this post was in my "what's hot" stream today after I've been researching Chromebooks more the past few days? Maybe not, but I'd be ok with that.
Of course it's only in-stock right now at Wal-Mart. Not ok with that. But I'm guessing Amazon and hp will get more stock.
Work/life balance seems to be a touchier subject than it used to be. Possibly because it hits too close to home for some of us?
I recently read a LinkedIn "article" about the very common practice of using Sunday to get a head start on the workweek. More interesting than the article were the comments and reactions to it:
I think it's a fascinating debate, and I look forward to seeing how it plays out in the coming years. Personally (and for the sake of my family) I hope for a shift in the corporate world to where these "always working" practices stop being applauded and start being frowned upon.
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/news/press/2013/nov13/11-06getitdone.aspx for context on Microsoft's pitch for what somebody on Twitter called the "work/work/work balance."
 and for the personal anecdote side, Mrs. Geek's reaction to this was "Hospitalized workers can still be productive workers." She's still cranky about that boss who wanted her to bring my work laptop into the hospital so I could get some work done while recovering from my suicide attempt. Yeah. That was not my favorite job.
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