Job Announcement: Ethnographer at Pitney Bowes

ETHNOGRAPHER Description The Concept Studio is a customer-centered innovation group with the mission of providing Pitney Bowes with rich customer and market insights to discover new business opportunities and guide decision-making. Our multi-disciplinary team of designers, strategists and technologists collaborate with Pitney Bowes business units in fast-paced projects, to identify unmet needs and market opportunities … Continue reading Job Announcement: Ethnographer at Pitney Bowes

Opportunity to participate in the discussion on the new AAA code of ethics

For those of you that are AAA members, or participate in those conversations: The AAA is posting proposed rewrites to the Code of Ethics, section by section, to their blog for discussion and comment. The first topic being hashed out is "Do no harm." If you want to observe or participate, click on over to … Continue reading Opportunity to participate in the discussion on the new AAA code of ethics

American Anthropological Association dissolves, decides to start over tomorrow.

APG Newswire WASHINGTON, D.C. - The American Anthropological Association (AAA) made the announcement today that its Joint Committee for Publishing and Employment Services unanimously recommended the immediate dissolution of the AAA, stating there was nothing left to study. James Curry, the newly-past President of the now defunct AAA, stated the organization had no choice. "Look, … Continue reading American Anthropological Association dissolves, decides to start over tomorrow.

Is a single currency for all the world a good idea?

A buddy of mine and I were talking about our favorite conspiracy theories.  Of course, the "one world government" deal is the biggest and bestest of them all. But it led to an economics questions neither of us are skilled enough to answer:  Would a single currency worldwide be good or bad?  Just imagine a worldwide EURO.  How would that work.  OR, does the vary disparity of … Continue reading Is a single currency for all the world a good idea?

As part of the holiday tradition, we present “Mr. Krewstyscabbe’s Night Before Christmas.”

"Twas the night before Christmas" written by Nicholas Krewstyscabbe* Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. For they had been smooshed and flattened and relieved of their feet By a ghastly young girl that claimed "ADD!" The stockings were hung by the chimney … Continue reading As part of the holiday tradition, we present “Mr. Krewstyscabbe’s Night Before Christmas.”