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Jun 3, 2014
Giving that there are prototipes of headbands to measure your brain impulses in regard to publicity and other stuff, and they are actually wondering how to convince people to use them...
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May 17, 2014

Seems that this was a matter of good management... Or do you think managing people is about something else? :(
May 12, 2014
makes you think twice about getting a smart watch? LOL, I have one... errr ummm... (how many bathroom breaks did I take??,) ... but its good for the programming, helps you think creatively!
May 11, 2014
You are aware, I'm sure, that some billionaires are being paid by corporate bosses to fund just such a product. A condition of employment will be to inject a transmitter under your skin so you can be monitored just as Dilbert is. First your office behavior, then all of your behavior. They will want to know where you are going on vacation and when you are making love. You WILL obey.
And I'm not sure if I'm making that up or not.
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May 11, 2014
I worked for a company a long time ago that had signs hanging from the ceilings in the halls: "Is this trip necessary?" They also put up motivational posters by the lunchroom. Every break was belled, so we left and returned to our desks like Pavlov's dogs without the reward.

I used to time my bathroom breaks (which in California, they can't control) to be halfway between the break bells and the lunch bells. It was the only way I could stay sane.
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