On the Phenomenon of Bullshit Jobs Ever had the feeling that your job might be made up? That the world would keep on turning if you weren’t doing that thing you do 9-5? David Graeber explored the phenomenon of bullshit jobs for our recent summer issue – everyone who’s employed should read carefully… On the Phenomenon of Bullshit Jobs by David Graeber. In the year 1930, John Maynard Keynes predicted that, by century’s end, technology would have advanced sufficiently that countries like Great Britain or the United States would have achieved a 15-hour work week.
2011 San Fernando massacre Not to be confused with the 2010 San Fernando massacre, the killing of 72 illegal immigrants. The 2011 San Fernando massacre, also known as the second massacre of San Fernando, was the mass murder of 193 people by Los Zetas drug cartel at La Joya ranch in the municipality of San Fernando, Tamaulipas, Mexico. Authorities investigating the massacre reported numerous hijackings of passenger buses on Mexican Federal Highway 101 in San Fernando, and the kidnapped victims were later killed and buried in 47 clandestine mass graves. The investigations began immediately after several suitcases and baggage were unclaimed in Reynosa and Matamoros, Tamaulipas. On 6 April 2011, the Mexican authorities exhumed 59 corpses from eight mass graves. By 7 June 2011, after a series of multiple excavations, a total of 193 bodies were exhumed from mass graves in San Fernando. Background Before the violence "If they come for you, do not let them take you alive.
What is meant by international waters and airspace? - Law and Government What is international airspace? Airspace is the area or portion of the atmosphere above a country’s territory that is controlled by that country. This includes the airspace above a country’s territorial waters, which is explained below. Under international law, a country’s airspace is considered to be 12 nautical miles out from the coastline of the nation. However, there is no international agreement on how far a country’s airspace extends vertically towards outer space. Airspace that does not fall within the territory of any particular nation, such as that above the ‘high seas’ is known as ‘international airspace’.
3 Ways To Boost Your Chances Of Landing A Job To get anywhere with your job search, you really do have to put in the time and draft. The age-old saying “no pain no gain” – it’s completely true. It’s easy to be lazy when you’re unemployed, but at the end of the day it will get you absolutely nowhere. If you want to get somewhere in life, you really do have to put in maximum effort day in and day out with your job search until you eventually find something. Here are three essentials to landing a job: 1. "The ideology of debt a powerful tool to justify violent inequalities" Surely one has to pay one’s debts… right? The anthropologist and figure of the Occupy Movement David Graeber thinks it’s time we question the validity of this moral statement. He suggests a new story of debt and revives the idea of a debt jubilee. Known as an ‘anarchist and anthropologist’, David Graeber was one of the early members of Occupy Wall Street, where he initiated the Strike Debt project, described by Shareable as “the first P2P bailout”. Now he also teaches anthropology at the London School of Economics.
Are you paid to look busy? Do you actually perform meaningful work all day or are you paid to look busy, asks anthropologist David Graeber. Photo by John McBride & Company Inc./The Image Bank. Man goes out clubbing in Manchester and wakes up in a toilet in PARIS OOPS: Luke Harding found himself in Paris after a night out drinking [CAVENDISH PRESS] But party loving Luke Harding had the mother of all hangovers after getting steaming drunk in Manchester nightclub Tokyo's and waking up in PARIS. The 19-year-old was getting a cab home at 4am when he suddenly decided it was a good idea to head to the French capital after finding his passport in his pocket. He told the cabbie to change course to Manchester Airport, and booked a last minute flight for £100 at 6am using his iPhone.
Blueseed This article is about the startup community. For the manga series, see Blue Seed. Blueseed was a Silicon Valley-based startup company and a seasteading venture to create a startup community located on a vessel stationed in international waters near the coast of Silicon Valley in the United States. The promoters believe that the location would enable non-U.S. startup entrepreneurs to work on their ventures without the need for a US work visa (H1B), while living in proximity to Silicon Valley and using relatively easier to obtain business and tourism visas (B1/B2) to travel to the mainland. After the conclusion of their incubation on the vessel, successful startups may relocate to Silicon Valley and employ local workforce.
The Social Media Manager Grows Up This is the final story of a series examining how marketers are building the socially connected brand. It is brought to you by Turn, the cloud marketing platform that transforms the way leading advertising agencies and marketers make decisions. During superstorm Sandy, Dipayan Gupta, head of social media at New York Life Insurance Company, mobilized his team to use Twitter and Facebook to reach out to policy holders. Gupta wanted first to make sure they were OK and then to let them know that they could use social to find out about their policies if their homes were damaged during the storm. He also made the quick call to turn off all of the company’s advertising. The social media manager has come a long way.