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? Anthropology professor and best selling author 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 technology would have advanced sufficiently by century’s end that countries like Great Britain or the United States would achieve a 15-hour work week.
There’s every reason to believe he was right. Why did Keynes’ promised utopia – still being eagerly awaited in the ‘60s – never materialise? So what are these new jobs, precisely? These are what I propose to call “bullshit jobs.” It’s as if someone were out there making up pointless jobs just for the sake of keeping us all working. The answer clearly isn’t economic: it’s moral and political. 20 sitios web que no sabías que eran útiles para arquitectos. En un campo tan amplio como la arquitectura, es natural que las necesidades de los profesionales y estudiantes también sean bastante extensas.
El acto de diseñar, en sí mismo, implica una variedad de demandas que deben ser expresadas de la mejor manera, ya sea a través del diseño, de textos, imágenes, diagramas y muchos otros. Pensando en esto, hemos recopilado 20 sitios web que pueden sernos de gran ayuda como arquitectos, ofreciendo recursos que van desde la creación de paletas de colores hasta el análisis de palabras repetidas en una memoria descriptiva, pasando por sitios de conversión de archivos, búsqueda de contenido libre de derechos de autor e incluso un contador de cafeína. Te invitamos a descubrirlos a continuación. Permite crear familias de colores para tus diagramas y láminas. Graba tu pantalla y comparte tutoriales de softwares con tus amigos y colegas. Averigua qué palabras son sobre-utilizadas en las descripciones de tus proyectos. Elimina los fondos de las imágenes. This Video Induces Natural Hallucinations.
Who needs drugs when you have science?
If you follow the video’s instructions, when you look away you will continue to see wavy lines in your wall or on the floor. This happens due to an optical illusion that is the result of repeated psychological stimulation. When the video ends and you look away, your brain still expects to see the waves, and therefore it creates them for you. Saying the letters out loud doesn’t really play a role, it just ensures that you are focusing on the center of the screen, where you can best receive the stimulus. For best results, view the video full screen on an HD display.
WARNING: Please use your discretion when viewing. 90% Of People Can't Pronounce This Whole Poem. You Have To Try It. NounProject. El Mundo en panorámicas - Fotos 360 - Tour Virtual » viewAt. © gillesvidal - photographe. All Themes.
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Magnetic Putty Magic (Extended Cut) Movie Quotes and Inside Jokes, 99 Life Hacks to make your life easier! How To Mix Chalkboard Paint in Any Color. We love using chalkboards as backdrops for displays and parties (like this one here!).
So we were super excited to learn that you can create your own custom colors-and it's really easy! We first learned how from Martha Stewart whose tutorial you can read here. She recommends that you use latex paint, but we tried it out with acrylic paints with much success. Here's how you too can create your own chalkboard paint... Supplies: 1/2 cup acrylic paint (choose any color you like, or mix colors together to make the perfect shade!) 1. 2. Once your chalkboard has fully dried be sure to slate the surface before using it for the first time. Fabric Paper Glue. Peoplemovin - A visualization of migration flows. Breathingearth - CO2, birth & death rates by country, simulated real-time.
The Scale of the Universe 2. Path Simplification. 6653870_700b. Zeitgeist Part 1 on Religion. An Artist Counted Every Atomic Explosion On Earth And Shows Them All In A Matter Of Seconds. Kostas Kiriakakis. 7 Reasons Why You Will Never Do Anything Amazing With Your Life — Life Learning. 1 :: Because You Have Not Failed Enough Because you are comfortable in your mediocrity; because you choose not to try.
Because it is easier to talk about learning that new (programming?) Language as opposed to actually learning it. Because you think everything is too hard or too complicated so you will just “sit this one out”, or maybe you’ll, “do-it-tomorrow”! Because you hate your job but won’t get a new one; because it is easy to reject rejection. Because while you’re sitting around failing to try, I am out there trying to fail, challenging myself, learning new things and failing as fast as possible. Because as I fail, I learn, and then adjust my course to make sure my path is always forward.