I miss my doggie. RIP Harley.
Part of morning ritual now.
Unemployment obviously reduces happiness, but not because of what you may think. It’s not the loss of income, but the loss of things like self-esteem and workplace social life that lead to a drop in happiness. High unemployment rates can trigger unhappiness even in the employed, who suddenly become fearful of losing their jobs. According to the study, even low quality jobs yield more satisfaction than being unemployed.
I didn’t do predictions in 2011 and wasn’t going to in 2012, but two big trends seem pretty evident and worthy of prediction.
First, in 2012 you’re going to hear some major publishers claim they are making more revenue from online video than from online traditional (“banner”) advertising. It will…