5 Simple Signs You’re Over Caffeinated
We’ve all been there. It is 3 p.m. Your appetite for food and blondes is only surpassed by Rosie O’Donnell’s, so you unwisely decided to eat nine slices of extra-cheese pizza at the restaurant down the street with the hot blonde waitress. She was unimpressed, but not as unimpressed as your boss will be if you do not stop falling asleep at your cubicle. You have fallen victim to a well-studied medical phenomenon: The Food Coma. You reach for your quick-fix: the ubiquitous energy-booster of choice — caffeine. It’s the most frequently used psychostimulant in the world. In the medical profession, this ...
“Life’s Too Short For The Wrong Job” Advertising Campaign
A job board in Germany (JobsInTown.de) has been winning awards for the past few years, for their creative advertising campaign "life's too short for the wrong job." They have created a variety of posters depicting a person on the inside of commonly used machines - like ATMs and washing machines- looking about as miserable as it gets. The point? If you're not happy where you are right now, perhaps it's time to check the job boards. Check out the posters below. [nggallery id=131] [Source: JobsInTown.de]
The Lonely Island – Like a Boss Video (lyrics included)
The Lonely Island crew's recent track "Like a boss" features a workplace to-do list not unlike many of ours. It just goes to show you, Seth Rogen + Andy Samberg + office environment = comedy gold. The Lonely Island - Like a Boss (clean) Lyrics (SFW Edit) Mr. Samberg Thanks for coming to your performance review No problem So you're in charge around here, is that fair to say? Absolutely, I'm the boss Okay, so take us through a day in the life of the boss Well the first thing I do is... Talk to to corporate (like a boss) Approve memos (like a boss) Lead a workshop (like a boss) Remember ...
Finally! A Better Notepad: Tidbit
The memo pad, staple of just about every office in the world, has reached the next level. Tidbit is a Japanese line of memo pads, with each piece of paper perforated in a grid format. The user (read: employee) can then decide how much of said paper is required for their next note, and simply tear off the mini-memo. It even comes complete with a small pocket to store each one. What will they think of next! By the way, they also lend themselves to the desktop animal paper art - shown below. Can you say "origami"? [nggallery id=135] [Source: Matomeno]