Neatorama shares The Economist article -- "a poll contradicts what we thought we knew about income and happiness. DESPITE global economic gloom, the world is a happier place than it was before the financial crisis began. That is the counterintuitive conclusion of a poll of 19,000 adults in 24 countries by Ipsos, a research company..."
Blue's News share a Superman themed Flash game titled "Square Hero" on Games For Work and Max Games -- "There is danger afoot, its time for our average Joe to jump into that phone-booth and emerge as a super hero. With numerous powers including flight and heat vision, fly, run, burn and smash your way across 7 puzzling stages, rescuing innocents and douching flames with your super breath! Race against the clock to beat each stage as quick as possible!" and "Run into phonebooths to change into a superhero to save people and make it through obstacles."
Americans' ratings on professions (nurses, pharmacists, medical doctors, etc.) for their honesty and ethical standards.Submitted by ant on Sat, 01/07/2012 - 8:37am. Communication | History | Personal | Reading Materials | Religion/Culture | Sight Seeings | Work
FailDesk shares a four pages showing achievements for "Information Technology (IT) Achievements Unlocked! -- If you've ever played any games via the Steam network, you know what these are. As we go throughout the struggles of banal, the frustrating, the mind-numbing and inane every day...sometimes we feel like the only satisfaction we can get is the chance of going home at some point.
This FailDesk comic strip show how developers/programmers/software engineers and users see each other.
Neatorama shares funny web site titled "FailDesk" -- "... a humor site dedicated to all the information technology (IT) professionals out there who work so tirelessly and diligently to make sure 'the system stays up.' Sometimes the constant hours and little-to-no gratification can get someone down. Let FailDesk be the place to cheer you up! ...
Fail Blog shares a funny comic strip
This Dilbert comic strip shows that being a carpooler is being a hero.