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Later - What does procrastination tell us about ourselves? The New Yorker

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Later What does procrastination tell us about ourselves? BY JAMES SUROWIECKI The New Yorker Procrastination interests philosophers because of its underlying irrationality.

Procrastination - Victor Hugo would write naked and tell his valet to hide his clothes so that he’d be unable to go outside when he was supposed to be writing

Later

Later What does procrastination tell us about ourselves? BY JAMES SUROWIECKI The New Yorker Procrastination interests philosophers because of its underlying irrationality.

Cartoon editor Bob Mankoff on the "Seinfeld" episode making fun of perplexing New Yorker cartoons: http://nyr.kr/PNarDv

I Liked the Kitty

Cartoon editor Bob Mankoff on the "Seinfeld" episode making fun of perplexing New Yorker cartoons: nyr.

Annals of Law: So You Want a Divorce : The New Yorker

So You Want a Divorce

The Great Cartoons of Charles Barsotti (1933-2014)

Thank You, Charles Barsotti

Often times leaders get caught up in their roles and isolate themselves out of fear or as a means of protection. This prevents them from making the authentic connections they need to lead.

Wine

A Few Too Many

Cover Story: Roz Chast Celebrates Mother's Day

“There must be some long German compound word for the feelings that most people have about their parents,” says Chast.

"It's my fault—I wasn't worrying enough."

It was my fault, I wasn't worrying enough. tom-cheney-it-s-my-fault-i-wasn-t-worrying-enough-new-yorker-cartoon.

He used to be exclusively a rock star. Now he’s a songwriter, a producer, a label owner, and a furniture upholsterer, too.

Jack White’s Infinite Imagination

Shareholder Value

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"Yes, the planet got destroyed, but for a beautiful moment in time we created a lot of value for shareholders" - New Yorker Cartoon by Tom Toro

Jobs’s sensibility was more editorial than inventive. “I’ll know it when I see it,” he said.

The Real Genius of Steve Jobs

The 10 Most Effective Ways to Finish What You Start - Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement

The 10 Most Effective Ways to Finish What You Start - Pick the Brain