We have been linked to, at Invisible Shoebox . A few entries down the page, there's also a very nice plug for our website. Thanks, Meredith!
Today was the Fwaksters' last day on our Cosmic Baby production; and their last day at Fwak! (for now, anyway). Good times have been had by all, so it's a bit sad to have to say goodbye. Especially when they leave behind a gift like this:
framed and signed
Ironically, I am reading a book at the moment called Experiment At Work, which proposes a radical and socially-ethical model for running a business. The company in the book, is St Lukes, a famous advertising agency(not that I had heard of it)
In this book, Andy Law – himself now elevated to guru status – explains the philosophy and methods behind St Luke’s success. This is very much based upon putting personal growth and development ahead of business growth and development. In analysing the success of St Luke’s, Law provides points of reflection and a framework for managers and executives from any industry, who are seeking to get the most out of their employees in an age when human resources have become the vital component of nearly every company.
Workable? Or too idealistic? I'm halfway through the book...
(a page from the book)
We finally bought a copy of Gene Dietch's The Cat On a Hot Tin Groove. Straight from the fridge, Dad!
And before we leave the studio this Friday night... we are pleased to let you know that the Friendly Persuasion Show is BACK! We used to listen to this streaming radio show all the time, while we worked. We'll be tunin' in Monday mornings 11am-1pm (Sydney time).
Eddie: Beat me Daddy, eight to the bar!
(Guess who just got a dictionary in Hipster Slang?)