The Paradox of Anti-Work

So I’ve been meaning to say for a bit now but if you hadn’t heard on Facebook or in real life by now…I got a new job. I tried for months upon months to make just working at C4SS (and the occasional odd job writing for someone) to pay the bills or at least try…

Marshawn Lynch vs. Emotional Labor

So keep in mind it’s mostly just me writing these articles. I can’t really stay up to date on current events and by the time I can they’re usually long gone. With that explained it may make a bit more sense why I’m only now making some comments on the Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn…

r/antiwork Has Some Recommendations

Just a quick post highlighting this post which in turn recommends the “essential” material of the anti-work catalog. I’d be remiss if if I didn’t add some of my own recommendations. Specifically, Andre Gorz Crisis of Work and Claire Wolf’s Dark Satanic Cubicles which I think are both well worth the read in their own right.…

You, the Company and Everything Else

Back in late March someone shared a post from Life Hacker called, “The Company You Work For Is Not Your Friend“. Now, besides this being abysmally obvious to most of the people who read this blog I think a more interesting question is this: If the company isn’t your friend then what is it? Or perhaps,…