Have You Noticed?
I have generally been dealing with fairly serious subjects in this blog. For a change of pace, I’d like to share some not-so-serious observations. I’m sure you can add some of your own. Please feel free to do so.
So, just for fun, have you noticed that:
– On Twitter, everyone is a follower.
– Those who can, do; those who can’t, tell you you’re doing it wrong.
– We create short slides for presentations, and then spend an hour explaining them.
– We use exclamation points more in emails than in any other kind of writing.
– Everyone seems to be blogging, and usable information doesn’t seem to be increasing.
– Economists are like TV weathermen. They get paid no matter how often they are wrong.
– The more meetings we hold on productivity, the less work gets done.
– The same companies that monitor their employees’ phones to improve customer relations have executives with unlisted numbers.
– Each new model year, all the cars in a class seem to have a similar design.
– Taxes keep going up, but services keep going down.
– A vacation day is always shorter than a work day.
– The more we do, the more we have to do.
– Everyone wants to be a strategist.
– The less practical experience someone has, the more he wants to talk theory.