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Brian, I also think that you form a relationship with plants. You water them, tend to them, nurture them and they in turn give you something beautiful to look at. I split my time between home office and conventional office and in both places I enjoy the greenery. To borrow your words, it is a frame of mind thing. From your article, computer use is a biggee. Gone, or at least on the way out, are huge workplaces with computers and screens humming away all night and all weekend when nobody is in the office. Put them to sleep!"
Great post. I think it is safe to assume that most visionaries who were given coloring books in grade school drew outside of the lines. They might have been yelled at by teachers, but it set in motion something that would follow them through their lives. In business, breaking rules, as long as it doesn't hurt others, is a good thing."
Gianni/Bloggertone, I have VERY mixed feelings about this article. The article itself makes some valid points about being underpaid and feeling "used." I must say though that whenever I see the word "slave" or "slavery" used to describe harsh working conditions I cringe. It's an analogy that always falls flat and could potentially offend. Let's not forget after all that slaves were not underpaid, underappreciated people and workers, they were kindnapped, sold at auction, often whipped, beaten, forcibly separated from family, etc., etc..."
Duncan, A quote: Cable and satellite prices were similarly high, with Israelis paying 200 percent more than the world average price for unlimited viewing and 156 percent more for committed packages. Prices here are notoriously high. Basic cable is 250 shekels, about $85. That'll get you Israeli channels only. We have basic + CNN, FOXNEWS, BBC, 4 movie channels, HBO, FOXSports, Eurosport, MTV, VH1 and E. That's all. The price = about $125 a month. It's insane, yet we pay it. We must have our TV. One of the four movie channels is MGM where Yoni gets his fill of Bronson, Eastwood, Peck, Gable and the like."