“Is Nothing Sacred? Thoughts on Leisure and ‘Doing Nothing’” (Rethinking the Job Culture)

(Nick’s Notes: The original article by JoAnne Swanson can be found here. All of the RTJC’s articles are under a Creative Commons License that requires attribution, non-commercial use and no re-mixing. I do not expect to make any money off of this post nor am I asking for folks to give me money for this…

“Liberation from Institutional Employment”, by Aragorn Beowolf (Part 1)

Nick’s Notes: You can find this article here. As for when part two will be up that is entirely in the hands of Charles W. Johnson (AKA Rad Geek) who helps run the fair-use.org site.    The least treated problem of libertarian action in a statist context is that of institutional employment. More often than…

Antiwork – a radical shift in how we view “jobs” (By Brian Dean)

(Nick’s Notes: Re-posted from here. You can follow antiwork on their Twitter account or at their “related and more established Twitter account @NewsFrames“.) Over a decade into the 21st century, we seem as work-obsessed as ever. Is it time for a progressive reframing of work and leisure? Antiwork is a moral alternative to the obsession with…