We’re switching over to monthly publishing—if only from May to August.
The thought of signing off with the exact same little phrase each week was what was terrifying to me.
Workers spend a serious portion of their lives in their offices, and the last thing they want is an added annoyance buzzing around the space.
Geocaching is the act of going outside, following GPS directions off your smartphone to a specific location, and hunting down a hidden a container of varying sizes.
I still have days where it seems like the responsibilities could topple over and crush me at any moment, and it’s not a good feeling.
So, in classic Editor-in-Chief fashion, I’m going to explain those changes in this short article, rather than actually coming up with anything creative or original as my Lettitor for the week.
Each new year brings new speculation as to when the story of Westeros will continue, and each new year brings a new sense of “Are you kidding me?” with it.