Living in a society that values hard work can be challenging, but sometimes it goes to far. Today, I ask: why do we reward overwork?
Apparently, Boeing engineers are blowing whistles on major culture issues. It reminds me of my good ol’ engineering days.
After 15 or so years of online gaming, I’ve decided to start cutting back. Here’s why.
Awhile back, I published an article about an event that caused mass panic on social media and have since made it premium content. That is this article.
In this rant, I discuss my history of working in teams in both academia and industry and how it’s been mostly unpleasant.
Sometimes you just have to get something off your chest. Today, I’d like to share the story of the worst professor ever.
At long last, the epic rant trilogy comes to an end with my rendition of what it’s like being an AT&T customer. Enjoy! I know the folks at AT&T won’t.
After living in a few different cities, I’ve got to say that Columbus drivers are among the worst.
Normally, skepticism is important to survival. However, 21st century skepticism is driving us toward utter lunacy.
It wouldn’t be fair to share this series if I didn’t preface it with why I wrote it, what it’s really about, and why it’s important.