- Producer02/11/2016Beware the DotShe sounded disturbed. I expected no less. I had always served as an agony uncle to my exes. Many of them have become good friends since breaking up. We usually keep touch via social media - an arms length relationship. But...
Comments02/11/2016 #5 David B. GrinbergInteresting post, @Dean Owen. You're an excellent storyteller and always have good advice. Two questions about exes:
1) Does this also apply to x-wives or just x-girlfriends?
2) What if you're current "significant other" doesn't like you keeping in touch with the exes? How do you recommend responding to both?
Thank again for the good buzz!02/11/2016 #4 Dean Owen#3 Yes, I feel being a teenager in the 80's was the absolute best era to be born, but I guess every generation feels the same way about their teen years. I had a Minox miniature camera back then. Loved it because of the size, but never used it as it was hard to find a shop who could develop the film. These days we are always on camera. In 2014, there were 245 million surveillance cameras in operation.
- Producer27/07/2016Should You Be Friends With Your Boss?Most of us spend at least 40 hours per week at work. It makes sense that we'd want to have friends there.Our friends are not only our break buddies and lunch dates, they're our allies, our colleagues, and collaborators. Work would be a miserable...
Comments27/07/2016 #2 Javier beBeeVery interesting buzz @Candice Galek 🐝. In my humble opinion, we need to keep great relationships with everyone ! I try to do it. Most of us spend more than 40 hours per week at work. It makes sense that we'd want to have friends there - and some of them , very good friends. Our friends are not only our break buddies and lunch dates, they're our allies, our colleagues !!! Business communications do not work if business relationships don't happen. @Teresa Gezze @Chema M. del Hoyo @Catalina Serrano
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- 03/05/2016Just a reminder: Even back in 1961 vile, misogynist wannabe Twitter trolls existed. In nice, polite Canada's University of Manitoba. Gods help the woman who criticizes a football team.Firebrand: A profile of Heather Robertson | J-Sourcebit.ly At 19, Heather Robertson wrote an editorial that enflamed the college jocks, sparking a career dedicated to fearless reporting. Regan Reid takes a revealing look at Canada’s feistiest journalist. This story originally appeared in the Winter 2012...
- Producer26/04/2016OffensensitivityI'm offended, you're offended, he's offended, she's offended, wouldn't you like to be offended too!Last week I wrote about someone who offended some of the LinkedInerati with her sexy selfie. A few commenters weighed in on...
Comments27/04/2016 #6 Paul "Pablo" CroubalianLOL, I wasn't born in Canada. We came here when I was 2. We were actually just passing through on our way to Australia and stayed. I never considered us Canucks to be particularly prickly. Not in the sense of, say, a New Yorker. Oh, and @Phil Friedman View moreLOL, I wasn't born in Canada. We came here when I was 2. We were actually just passing through on our way to Australia and stayed. I never considered us Canucks to be particularly prickly. Not in the sense of, say, a New Yorker. Oh, and @Phil Friedman nobody says "aboot" outside of Nova Scotia. ;-0 Close27/04/2016 #5 Phil Friedman#2 @Nicole Chardenet, for the record, and to clarify for my Canadian online cohorts like @Jim Murray, @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian, and @Cory Galbraith -- I spent a good portion of my adult working life in Canada, have a Canadian family, and still consider Canada my spiritual homeland. Which depending on the aftermath of the upcoming U.S. presidential election, may become my actual homeland again. Cheers and best wishes to you and Canucks everywhere..26/04/2016 #4 Nicole Chardenet#3 Thanks, Sarah. We need to remember that sometimes we unintentionally push others' buttons that we don't know about; but we also need to remember that others sometimes do the same to us. If they couldn't know that (How was I supposed to know she had a morbid fear of broccoli?) was it really a microagression?26/04/2016 #3 Sarah ElkinsHere's the key: "One can always politely explain, with a smile, why the comment or gesture was, perhaps, uncalled-for. Educate rather than alienate, n'est-ce pas?" This concept would make things SO much easier, I think. Rather than immediately jump to offense, consider the source, the motivation, the intention behind whatever got your hackles raised! Nice rant, my friend.