In starting off the new year I thought I would update my blogroll, that list of other sites that I read on a regular basis. There is a link to it in the top menu bar of the website. Rather than make you have to chase back to the website, I have also included the […]
Center of town. Woodstock, Vermont. “Snowy night” (1940) by Marion Post Wolcott Published by the Library of Congress
May you receive all the compliance gifts you’ve dreamed of. Cats Decorating Christmas Tree by Louis Wain in the Detroit Publishing Company Collection at the Library of Congress
No post today. I’m a bit lost from this horrible tragedy.
Thanksgiving Puck 1910 / BBaker. Creator(s): Baker, Bryant, 1881-1970, artist Date Created/Published: N.Y. : Published by Keppler & Schwarzmann, Puck Building, 1910 November 23.
For its latest mission, Improve Everywhere staged an unauthorized boardroom meeting in the office chair department of a Staples. The chairs in this particular office supply store were already arranged in a boardroom configuration, making it easy for us to hold a surprise meeting. Actor Will Hines gave a presentation to the board, using a […]
During the summer of 2001, Mrs. Doug was stuck on the couch recovering from knee surgery. She stumbled across the coverage of the Tour de France, and especially Lance Armstrong, on the Outdoor Life Network. We were hooked, and ever since have been glued to the television during July to watch the beauty and competition […]
What better way to celebrate the independence of the United States than by taking the day off from work, grilling meat, and watching stuff blow up. I’m doing the same thing on the blog and taking a vacation. “The Second Day of July 1776, will be the most memorable Epocha, in the History of America. […]
In the frenetic early days of social media foward-thinking companies thoughtfully sat down and crafted sensible policies to help guide employees who had suddenly turned into web publishers.The companies recognized the risks involved, whether the employee was acting recklessly, or merely writing down unacceptable material without realizing the implications. It was still a small area […]
The National Labor Relations Board has been ruling on social media policies and making a mess of the regulatory landscape. In its May 30, 2012 report on recent social media cases (.pdf) the Board eviscerates many social media policies that resulted in adverse employment action. In the process it confuses the landscape of acceptable social […]
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