posted by Frank Appleyard
For some, a job is more than a livelihood, writes Frank Appleyard. It's a passion, a calling, and not something to do to pay rent or buy delicious sausages. He recently lost his dream job. "A business decision and not a personal decision, then, though I wonder what could be more personal than the loss of what we love."
posted by Jonathan Cassidy Legare
Reprinted! Last year, Jonathan Cassidy Legare ran a playoff pool with his third-grade class, who universally predicted that the cutest team would win.
posted by Thought Out Loud
It's been a week of reflection here at Thought Out Loud. As Remembrance Day draws near, the editors try to make sense of our military history and, generally, of remembering.
posted by Shannon Gormley
Drool-encrusted cheeks, flannel pajamas, the wild, challenging eyes of a person on the edge: that's the efficient procrastinator.