I installed a “trail cam” in the backyard to see who or what is digging little holes during the night. It has night-vision and takes photos automatically, but it took a good bunch of repositioning to find the culprit and not just one of the neighborhood cats that like to stroll through the yard, or a squirrel running up the tree.
Lights and Tonic
Growing up as a “man”
If a fear of femininity is what makes men loath to show their feelings, then eliminating the social hierarchy should have a welcome side-effect: maybe men can finally be themselves.
Women in Tech Speak Frankly on Culture of Harassment
“Work-Life Balance” is bunk. Real flexibility is the future of a good workplace.
Midnight Madness: Franz Kafka’s “Investigations of a Dog: And Other Creatures”
Kafka’s inertia, a sort of isolation from the larger world, was central to his obsessive and anxiety-fueled stories. He defended his solitude and curated his deranged state. He even wrote in the middle of the night, while the rest of Prague slept.
Getting Personal About Committing To Diversity
Simon Rothery, the CEO of Goldman Sachs Australia and New Zealand, wondered whether his staff was really hearing his message that diversity is critical. We talked about the research Deloitte had done elsewhere which showed that leaders often think they are communicating their commitment clearly, but staff report hearing silence on the topic.