Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Online Plague 2.0: The very low context-to-content ratio of information on the web (and its bimodal distribution)

Here’s a very good depiction of online / web content: Google’s approach is to skim the top of a huge one-size fits-all pool of undifferentiated bits (actually, Google’s search engine only searches through text, not images or movies; and it … Continue reading
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Es gibt kein Platzregen im Fallschirm

Enter that into Google Translate and see if it helps you to figure out what it means!
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The Harvard Business Review Ideacast reporter Sarah Green interviews Joan C. Williams, Distinguished Professor of Law and Founding Director of the Center of WorkLife Law at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, who cites Mary Blair-Loy’s “work-devotion schema”, thereby emphasizing the central role of devotion in the meaning of life, which I wrote about several months ago

Here’s an excerpt from the interview: [T]he work devotion schema, [Mary Blair-Loy] found, communicated that work should be the central focus of your life, unencumbered by family responsibilities; that it entailed overlays of deep emotional ties with your work; that … Continue reading
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