Check out the map above; it’s all the designers in America, both self-employed and firm-employed, and across a wide spectrum of types of design (architecture, graphic design, etc.) It’s from… 430 more words
The free (blog) content on Harvard Business Review is endlessly fascinating to me, because the “most e-mailed” or “most shared” section typically involves a list of titles about “maximizing your day” or “spending your first 10 minutes at work” or “shuffling between competing priorities.” Clearly, people are 565 more words
Did y'all know Transformers 4 is about to become China's highest-grossing movie ever? (And at a time when the U.S. box office is terrible.)
I haven’t seen any of the Transformers movies since maybe the first one — and I’m unclear honestly if I even saw that one — but regardless, the reviews for the fourth one have been kind of terrible. 425 more words
Brief thought exercise: is the Monday after July 4th conclusively the worst work day of the whole year?
Via Quartz, which is in turn via a 2013 survey done by the good folks over at The Knot, we now have an idea that the average cost of an American wedding is about $29,548. 354 more words
Waiting on lines is terrible, but a seemingly unavoidable fact of life, right? Think about this, though: 20 years ago, the Internet was nascent, and finding an effective way to search was hard, but an unavoidable fact of life. 563 more words