notes and ideas
The assumption (in Canadian media companies) that in this wireless world, geography is irrelevant as long as one lives in Toronto.
The thought that only those marinated in accepted wisdom at university are suitable candidates for a position requiring free range thinking. Like all edgy autodidacts, I am quite convinced that a university degree is more often a sign of conformity than boundary-breaking innovation.
The idea that packaging a position into a 44-hour weekly block is meaningful. My approach to work is driven by vocational passion… translation – work as long as is needed to produce excellence but in the fallow times remember that vocation doesn’t inscribe well onto a punch card.