Monthly Archives: November 2012

Cause for Optimism about the Workplace?

I have been party to some discussions of late about what I consider bullying behavior of the ┬ástripe that Rosa Brooks’s notes below with her parenthetical “You’re going home at 5:30?” quip in her follow-up post to Ann Marie Slaugher’s … Continue reading

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Don’t Spin the Forecast, Bro!

Source: On Monday night I tweeted a useful post by on judging forecasts by Dart Throwing Chimp, noting that forecasts are probabilities, not absolutes, and we really ought to evaluate them as such. Several of my FB friends who … Continue reading

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