Monthly Archives: January 2011

Information Overload — On Waiting for Weight Watchers’ “Media Consumption Diet”

As anyone with siblings knows, competing for attention is a tough business. Take that competition online and situate it within an ever-expanding and rapidly growing competitive landscape, and “tough” starts to sound like a euphemism. When someone starts to think

Information Overload — On Waiting for Weight Watchers’ “Media Consumption Diet”

As anyone with siblings knows, competing for attention is a tough business. Take that competition online and situate it within an ever-expanding and rapidly growing competitive landscape, and “tough” starts to sound like a euphemism. When someone starts to think

Well Said

I’ve been meaning to write more often, and hopefully in shorter posts. In an effort to make my life particularly easy this time around, below is a thought-provoking quote from Jonathan Franzen’s How to Be Alone, a collection of essays

Well Said

I’ve been meaning to write more often, and hopefully in shorter posts. In an effort to make my life particularly easy this time around, below is a thought-provoking quote from Jonathan Franzen’s How to Be Alone, a collection of essays