If you’ve ever wondered what the layout to the apartments from The Big Bang Theory are, here they are (although I can’t imagine an actual building would have these kind of layouts, they strangely work well for TV:
This also comes from Copyranter (I’ve been clearing out my RSS feeds) and he found it from Australia:
Ragan reports on an awesome interview given by the CEO of Morgan Stanley:
Morgan Stanley’s employees need an attitude adjustment.
At least that’s what CEO James Gorman thinks of his staff who are aren’t happy with recent 20 to 30 percent pay-cuts among senior executives. He also limited cash bonuses. In this Bloomberg Television interview, he outlined three reasons his employees shouldn’t be upset with a smaller salary.
1. They’re “naïve” and should read the newspaper.
2. Compensation shouldn’t define their overall level of happiness. If it does, “you have a problem which is much bigger than the job.”
3. Life’s too short. “If you’re really unhappy, just leave. I mean, Life’s too short.”
This man is amazing! But is it sad that just using some common sense is now considered amazing? Check out the article at Ragan to see the interview and read more.
The most amazing peephole ever:
I have mixed feelings about this, but I think we should keep the leap second. There’s something quaint about the atomic clocks lining up with the solar calendar.
This video is about the ad world, but much of it applies to clients trying to describe what they want: