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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Multi-tasking Null Tasks

 A quote today:

Veteran observer of his nation's way of life, Oxford-based French writer Theodore Zeldin agrees that a business-style culture has made huge inroads into France - the bane of all those who prefer to take the time to savour things:
"Companionship has been replaced by networking. Business means busy-ness, and in that way we are becoming like everywhere else," he says.


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