Increase your productivity. Screw around on Facebook and YouTube at work.

April 3, 2009 at 2:26 am Leave a comment

Techdirt reports that people who access sites like Facebook and YouTube at work are actually more productive than their co-workers who don’t. This has something to do with our need for occasional mental breaks or some such. 

This being the case, I invite you to send your personal productivity through the roof by watching this very strange video of Andy Kaufman appearing on the David Letterman show on June 24th 1980. Had Kaufman lived, his videos could have single-handedly powered the global economy out of this recession without breaking a sweat. We shall not see his like again.

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Art as economic metaphor: Machines that almost fall over are more inspiring than companies that do. Art that would have been better as advertising. Of course, it probably will be soon.

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