Facebook today announced that they require masks on campus, regardless of your vaccination status. The near-Trillion dollar market cap company that mak…
Yesterday I put out my first piece for The Atlantic, what I’d call a general summary of why I believe that those in power are truly afraid of letting e…
In one of the more bizarre op-eds I’ve ever read, the New York Times again chose to empower the forces against remote work, running an insufferable op-…
The New York Times decided to piss me off this morning with yet another piece in which an outlet tries to give a sympathetic ear to those who want to s…
A few years ago, I got asked by someone why I don’t have an office. They were confused that I didn’t have one, despite having four people in my company…
An excellent (and damning) piece by Kyle Chayka over at the New Yorker posited that the “creator economy” - the idea that creators can now directly mon…
Clubhouse, the voice app that lets you hear other people attempt to hold a conversation, is no longer invite-only, which one would imagine would have g…
A classic thing that really specific people are writing at the moment is that people “don’t want to work.” It’s the ghastly refrain from the GOP (and a…
Steve Jobs, former CEO of Apple, once said that “creativity comes from spontaneous meetings, from random discussions…you run into someone, you ask what…
A smart Twitter comment on yesterday’s Substack made a really good point about everything I’ve been writing about: While I don’t think Kyle was being l…
I am so tired of hearing from executives about remote work. I don’t care if you’re a CEO who’s anxious about culture, I don’t care about managers’ thou…
A smart comment by Brian Souders on yesterday’s article made a really good point around the four-hour workweek - that the idea of addressing burnout, m…