EU: Digitalna zasebnost bi morala biti človekova pravica – e-demokracija
How Economists Came to Dominate the Conversation – TheUpshot
Obama and Cameron’s ‘solutions’ for cybersecurity will make the internet worse – Trevor Timm Column (Guardian)
CETA and T-TIP – International Law Prof Blog
Kako biti Charlie in Ahmed? – Pogledi
Media Freedom in Bosnia-Herzegovina: They Don’t Keep us in Fear, But in Sight – Balkanist Magazine
Non-Sequiturs: 01.23.15 – Above the Law
Militarizing Global Health – Boston Review
2014 Mobile Privacy and Security Trends and What to Look for in 2015 – Data Privacy Monitor
The Buzz About Metrics – Zen & The Art of Legal Networking
How to Represent a Diverse Clientele – Lawyerist
Injured Rescuer Sues Teen Who Needed Rescuing – Legally Weird
Modern Life Is Harming Your Brain – bigthink
Terminology — lawyer or attorney? – Law and Fiction
Veliki žongler – pogledi
The Inescapable Paradox of Managing Creativity – Harvard Business Review
Obrazi liberalizma – pogledi
How One Hospital Turns Doctors into Leaders – Harvard Business Review
Harvard Grad Threatens Legal Action Over $4 Charge – Lowering the Bar
Na sestanek vas povabi oseba, ki je ne poznate. Glede projekta, za katerega ste komajda slišali. Pravzaprav niti ne veste, kako bi lahko prispevali k takemu sestanku. In kljub temu sprejmete. David Grady in Jason Fried pojasnjujeta, koliko časa izgubite na ta račun in kaj lahko storite. Pa še to: 9 od 10 ljudi na sestankih sanjari, 73 odstotkov pa na sestankih opravlja drugo delo.
You know the feeling: You get invited to a meeting by a person you don’t really know, about a project you’ve barely heard of, and you’re not sure how you can best contribute to the meeting. Click. You accept anyway. Find out just how much time this simple act wastes, and what you can do about it, from David Grady (TED Talk: How to save the world (or at least yourself) from bad meetings) and Jason Fried (TED Talk: Why work doesn’t happen at work).
Speciesism in Chimpanzee Habeas Case – PrawfsBlawg
Z droni nad skrito vojno v Sudanu – Sobotna priloga
Facebook IP nonsense – The Volokh Conspiracy
Koliko ideologije lahko stlačimo v eno enačbo? – Damijan blog
The Problem With Guilds, from Silversmiths to Taxi Drivers – Harvard Business Review
- Drži se urnika.
Pojdi na sprehod.
Nehaj z delom, ko si “na vrhu”.
Vzemi si krajši odmor, namenjen gradnji kariere.
To improve your ability to think creatively, try one of these changes to your work routine.
Every seven years, designer Stefan Sagmeister (TED Talk: The power of time off) closes his New York design studio for a year-long sabbatical. During each sabbatical, he pursues “little experiments, things that are always difficult to accomplish during the regular working year.” The effect on Sagmeister’s studio has been profound. “Basically everything we’ve done in the seven years following the first sabbatical came out of the thinking of that one single year,” he says.
Don’t think you can take a year-long sabbatical? Below, 6 easier ways to recharge the creative spirit.
Keep to a schedule.
Willa Cather wrote for three hours a day. “I don’t hold myself to longer hours; if I did, I wouldn’t gain by it,” Cather once said. You might need to put in 8 hours a day at the office (who doesn’t?), but it helps to think…
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