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This weekend’s video: Dumb Ways to Die (by DumbWays2Die)

First attempt at gardening. Ever.

First attempt at gardening. Ever.

Heia Norge!

Heia Norge!

Innevær.

Innevær.

HT goes to Maciej this time. Hilariously true.

HT to Marius for sending me this. I wish I had compile breaks too…

For years I’ve kept my secrets close to the vest. But no longer: today I will share with you my Ten-Step Plan for Working With Engineers. Or more to the point: how to make engineers do what you tell them to do.



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How to work with software engineers - by Ken Norton

Beautiful summary. I am considering printing the article and framing it for the office wall.



Clearly, today is a Foo Fighters day. \m/

(Source: Spotify)

Brad Harrington, executive director of the Boston College Center for Work & Family, who has researched fatherhood and companies, says that when women have children the expectation is their commitment to their career will decrease. On the other hand, that of fathers will either remain unchanged or they will redouble their efforts at work. Mr Harrington calls it “the daddy premium versus the mummy penalty”.



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Men must lean in to the family - FT.com

Great article by Emma Jacobs on FT.com. Go ahead and read it now, the sign up is worth it.