If stuff is going to be built mostly by machines, doesn’t it make more sense for American companies to build it in Nevada than China?
Lawrence Harvey looks at the growth and discomfort of automation.
Josh Barrie at the Spectator is worried about self-pour taps in British pubs. I hear him, though I’d sure like something like that at music shows at bars where you can spent 20 minutes of an 80 minute show waiting in line.
It never occurred to me that it has to be someone’s job to do this.
The labor market is getting tight… in fast food?
Amazon is going on a hiring spree.
According to Cate, when working from home, the most important thing is figuring out the work part of it.