Sanctions, Social Media, and the Workplace

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As a person who grew up in the burgeoning age of the internet (no, I do not remember AOL, yes, I do remember dial-up and MSN Messenger), I can't remember a point in my life when I wasn't told that the internet was forever. I knew from the moment I got Facebook at 12 (of… Continue reading Sanctions, Social Media, and the Workplace

Ethics of Being a Good Employer

As an Ontarian, I have resigned myself to three more years of utter shame and disappointment in my government. I have resigned myself to terrible slogans, abhorrent commentary, and a total lack of compassion for the average person. I have not resigned myself to not being able to do anything about it. So, Ford wants… Continue reading Ethics of Being a Good Employer

The Ethics of a PhD

As some of you may know, I have decided to go back to school to get my PhD come September. This is a decision that I have made with a probably abnormal level of research & consideration. In my research I have found several arguments stating that you shouldn't do a PhD usually for one… Continue reading The Ethics of a PhD