Before 1900 the average American worker worked more than 60 hours a week. A standard schedule was ten-hour days, six days a week. The only structural limits to working were lighting and religion. You stopped
This is Ethan's post I talk about in the video on value and social media.
Is it time for the IETF to give up? Over at CircleID, Martin Geddes makes a case that it is, in fact, time for the IETF to "fade out." The case he lays out is
This week, I ran across two posts that follow down a path I've gone down before—but it is well worth bringing this point up again. Once more into the breach. Tom, over at the Networking