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I know I have already posted this before, but this is important: Scott Galloway: How Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google manipulate our emotions | TED Talk … :
“The combined market capitalization of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google is now equivalent to the GDP of India. How did these four companies come to infiltrate our lives so completely? In a spectacular rant, Scott Galloway shares insights and eye-opening stats about their dominance and motivation — and what happens when a society prizes shareholder value over everything else.“
“According to a recent paper, published on March 12 in the journal Physical Review D, the final moment for the universe will be triggered by a bizarre consequence of subatomic physics called an instanton.
This instanton will create a tiny bubble that will expand at the speed of light, swallowing everything in its path. It’s only a matter of time. [Top 10 Ways to Destroy Earth]
“At some point you will create one of these bubbles,” study lead author Anders Andreassen, a physicist at Harvard University, told Live Science. “It will be very unpleasant.
” By “unpleasant,” he means the end to all life — and, indeed, chemistry — as we know it.“
You may have been thinking that the good old beep tool is safe, but you’re wrong …
Debian — Security Information — DSA-4163-1 beep:
“It was discovered that a race condition in beep (if configured as setuid via debconf) allows local privilege escalation.“
We all now this never happens, but it’s good to be prepared.
The Muse explains how to deal with a difficult boss: 10 Brilliant Tips for Dealing With a Difficult Boss -The Muse
“In an ideal world, we would all have fantastic managers—bosses who helped us succeed, who made us feel valued, and who were just all-around great people. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. But, whether the person you work for is a micromanager, has anger management problems, shows favortism toward one person, or just isn’t very competent, you still have to make the best of the situation and get your job done. To help out, we’ve gathered the best advice from around the web for dealing with a bad boss. Try one or more of these tips to find some common ground with your boss—or at least stay sane until you find a new gig.”
And Workitdaily has a good read about 5 Ways To Deal With An Incompetent Boss | CAREEREALISM … :
“While it can be frustrating to have an incompetent boss, an incompetent boss can seriously damage or derail your career. If they do have a serious lack of knowledge, we know that they can do nothing to grow you as an employee which means any growth will be yours to make happen. Let’s look at the potential damage they can inflict and what you can do to minimize or avoid.“
My friends from Agorum got to the point here (only in German, though) … : Entscheidungsprozesse in einem selbstorganisierten Unternehmen.
“Hierarchie ist keine gute Antwort auf immer schnellere und komplexere Prozesse”
I think this silicon valley image from Brian Solis fits very well to that context … that reflects much more the kind of hierarchies we need:
I would say it’s a tie… but there’s one definitive evidence here:
Awesome work by Toggl: The Seven Circles of Developer Hell [Infographic] – Toggl Blog
“Software development is a special kind of a nightmare. The kind that you wish you could wake up from, but can’t, because code is money and money is life.”
“Abstract Chaos theory is extremely useful in guiding behaviors in an organization that depends on project-based work for its vitality. The theory informs us that small initial conditions can have a huge impact on project outcomes; however, what actually happens is unpredictable. Nature, while chaotic, follows regular patterns, as does human behavior in organizations. An organic approach to the implementation of project management implies that we can learn tremendous lessons from nature on how to achieve better, more harmonious outcomes from our projects. Thus, by observing nature and paying attention to patterns in human behavior, we in essence create a “green”—as opposed to “toxic”—environment for project success.“
“It should be largely self-explanatory. Intelligence (or skills or knowledge of a subject, perhaps other things too) doesn’t necessarily correlate with how accurately people evaluate their own intelligence.“