Monthly Archives: March 2008

Gen Y is all you get

Piggybacking on my previous post about why Gen Y doesn’t seem to work as hard as our parents, one local company is apparently taking the Gen Y work ethic as a fact of life. (Basically, to save you a search … Continue reading

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Artist Homesteads, and other subprime causes

When I came to York about three years ago, one of the most evident things I saw going on was the home ownership push in the city. Every city leader wanted people to own their homes, not rent. And I … Continue reading

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Smoking update

Last month I wrote about how excited I was that Maryland was banning smoking in all bars, restaurants, etc. and how I was hoping Pennsylvania would follow suit. In order for that to happen the House and the Senate need … Continue reading

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If I knew then…

Do you have stuff you wish you would have known about the workplace before you got there? We want to hear about it. Tell us, in 100 words or less, what you wish someone had told you about bosses, resumes, … Continue reading

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Seeing green

Quick look around your office. Is everyone wearing green? Are you wearing green? I think it’s great how when there is a holiday that is associated with a color that lots of people in the office wear that color to … Continue reading

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Know any of these crazy farmers?

Getting fed up with modern life, going home and starting a farm is hardly something new. John Wayne’s character went home to farm in 1952’s “The Quiet Man.” (My shameless plug for a great Irish movie on this St. Patrick’s … Continue reading

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A little leprechaun magic

St. Patrick’s Day is tomorrow, and you’d have to be living under a rock not to know it, what with all the festivities surrounding the parade and bar specials that have been advertised. You wouldn’t know by my last name, … Continue reading

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Why I love iTunes

About 50 percent of teenagers didn’t buy a single CD in 2007. This fact didn’t surprise me in the least, but it surprised my editor, who in absolutely no way could be considered old and out-of-touch with technology. So when … Continue reading

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Lincoln’s new look

The new $5 bill is being released today, and Lincoln’s getting a splash of color. And for comparison sake here’s the bill we’re all used to seeing:

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Tuesdays are the best?

Let’s face it. Everyone hates dragging themselves to work on Monday morning. And come Friday, most employees have their minds set on pushing through to the weekend. But what about they days in between? According to a survey by Accountemps, … Continue reading

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