Kids do all kinds of dumb bullshit that ends up hurting them. They eat dirt. They don’t wash their hands. They pick their nose and scabs. They stick stuff where they shouldn’t. Why would using bad language be any different? Well, unlike eating dirt or being unsanitary or otherwise just a general danger to themselves, saying bad words is a vital developmental tool.
(From The Unpublished David Ogilvy.)
If it weren’t for the fact that I’m a bona fide
Netscape Mozilla fanboy, I’d be all over the Vivaldi browser now. It’s fast, snappy, developer-friendly, cross platform, has some smart features, and is led by a boss who speaks his mind. When you’ve used the browser for just a day, you’ll totally understand the positive reviews of Vivaldi.
Cyberloafing – engaging in non-work online activities while “on the clock” – is a modern form of counterproductive workplace behaviour. Rather than stealing company goods, the modern work environment with its various digital devices easily allows many employees to essentially steal company time.
Cyberloafing can lack malicious intent, but not always. In fact, in our study, we found cyberloafing can be associated with everyday levels of “dark” personality traits and a perceived ability to get away with it.