Two and a half weeks into this new job and I’m slowly remembering why I left management.
It’s not all bad. I just despise the trickle-down communication companies employ. 78 more words
Beyond the Apple Watch’s price tag and modern design choices, security and privacy concerns are already part of the buzz. Apple is describing the watch as their most personal product ever made, breaking new ground in the relationship that people have with technology. 602 more words
Many of you may remember the Shaggy song from 2000 “It Wasn’t Me.” Check it out here:
If you’re not familiar with Shaggy, basically the song depicts a cheating boyfriend caught red-handed in various uncompromising positions, his only defense being “It Wasn’t Me.” When confronted with a problem, are you the persecutor looking for someone to blame, are you honest about your part and focused on seeking the solution, or are you Shaggy with his hands in the air saying “It Wasn’t Me?” 484 more words
The Harvard Business Review often contains articles that are aimed at American graduate students and the upper echelon of professionals, which we associate with “Harvard”. That is why it was refreshing to read today’s piece… 193 more words
Baseline monitoring of Southern California’s marine protected areas (MPAs) concluded in the summer of 2014. Following an extensive review process involving all key partners (California Department of Fish and Wildlife, California Ocean Science Trust, California Ocean Protection Council, and California Sea Grant) the final technical reports detailing these baseline conditions are now available through… 156 more words