Here is an embarrassing story about a bad purchase.
My days are filled with emails, pings, and notifications. So much so that I forgot what it was like to be away from all of the distractions of technology I’ve grown accustomed to. Here are some lessons I learned—or relearned—spending a week away from it all, and how you can incorporate them in your own life.
So yesterday, BuzzFeed's editors, in a super duper blatant breach of the tenets of their Editorial Standards And Ethics Guide, deleted a post in which staff writer Arabelle Sicardi criticized toiletries brand Dove for its sleazy, exploitative advertising. Dove, you see, is owned by Unilever—the multinational…
I've worked in enough offices to recall the temptation of copy machines. "Come here, you bad girl! Use me!" they'd shout, but I'd remain firm in my sensibilities, unlike these office hussies. But let's at least learn something from them.