Mel Gibson Quits Hollywood on Dry Erase Board
"Jenny" showed the world the most awesome way to quit your job of all time (if you're not Steven Slater): Take a sequence of photos explicitally shaming your boss on a dry erase board, email the office then have 210,000+ people share it on Facebook. Yes, the Jenny stunt wasn't real. Her name is Elyse Porterfield. Whatever. But Mel Gibson doesn't care. He released his own 33-picture resignation ... to Hollywood. There's no way this one can be a hoax, either:
5 Things I Need The iPhone Assistant To Do At Work
[caption id="attachment_16861" align="alignright" width="170" caption="High demand for an assistant."][/caption] On what is Christmas in October for nerds, Apple is making a huge announcement today. Their next installment of the iPhone, one of the best inventions of all time, is getting smarter. Mashable's Ben Parr posted a story the night before the event giving everyone a sneak peak at another technology breakthrough, that is sure to revolutionize a produce that has revolutionized smart phones: the iPhone Assistant. Assistant is the successor to Siri, the iPhone app that helped users with their daily tasks with natural language voice commands. Ask Siri to find a restaurant for ...
Stimulated Sheep: Adderall Use in the Office
Do you remember yourself at age six? I certainly recall those glorious days as an era of classical romanticism. I was driven by my lust for life. My days were simple yet fulfilling. I awoke each day, added ten spoonfuls of sugar to my Lucky Charms, went for a romp in "the park", and occasionally crapped my pants just to make adults feel awkward. [caption id="attachment_13464" align="alignright" width="300" caption="He's smiling because he soiled his underoos again."][/caption] Even if your childhood was not filled with heavy underwear and sugar-highs, you must concede that it was easier to arise each morning when you were six. ...
“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]