Patreon Update for 4/4/17

Patreon Update(s)/Introduction The month of March was mostly dedicate to quality over quantity. I spent much more time writing an individual post than thinking of posts I could make. That was in large part due to the universal basic income FAQ responses I posted over the course of a few weeks in March. But I…

Patreon Update for 3/4/17

Patreon Update(s)/Introduction  Another month has flown by and it was quite a varied month! I wrote an article on an anti-work movie, one on anti-work critiques, ideas about automation and I had my usual article talking about the universal basic income. I covered a swath of topics (which isn’t to say these topics haven’t been done…

Patreon Update for 2/1/16

Greetings dear viewers, friends, fellow workers and assorted slackers all! For the month of January 2016: I posted 11 times 9 of which were original articles Wrote over 10,000 words (not including lazy posts) Promoted to my usual subReddits but also got some great traffic from r/Philosophy recently (thanks!) Nearly 4000 views in total (the…

Being Free vs. Working for Free

(Nick’s Notes: This is my second of four posts on Isaac’s ideas on work, see the first part here) Another one of Issac’s ideas that I found interesting was,  if you could, he thinks you should pick working for free at your dream job then working for an average or even good pay at a…

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…

Manual Labor vs. Retail Labor

As a self-identified slacker it felt a bit weird when I spotted the above picture from Humans of New York which read: I love working with my hands. You can actually feel the job being done. And at the end of the day, you can look at what you’ve accomplished. I can walk over this…