gethuman – changing the face of customer service

Psychology Today: A Field Guide To Narcissism: “When you’ve built a life on falsehoods, it’s hard to grapple with questions that everyone faces, like the meaning of life. The needle’s stuck on ‘I’m wonderful,’ and your personality doesn’t allow you to grow—to change your behavior or attitudes in response to life’s challenges.”

Psychology Today: A Field Guide To Narcissism: “When you think you’re the greatest—and when other people mostly defer to you—why would you want to change?”

Wired News: Where Solo Is Sociable: In 2004, Sasha Cagen published the book Quirkyalone, which tries to give a positive spin on Western solitude. A quirkyalone, says Cagen, is ‘a person who enjoys being single (but is not opposed to being in a relationship) and generally prefers to be alone rather than dating for the sake of being in a couple.’ In her first formulation of the idea back in 2000, Cagen calculated that 5 percent of the U.S. population are quirkyalones.

Wired News: Work More, Do Less With Tech

UOL – Carnaval 2006 – Rio de Janeiro Courtesy of JDA.
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Why are these people so happy? Maybe ’cause they know for sure they’ll get some. 😉

Sexism Rocks

February 28, 2006

Sexism Rocks