Adam Davis has an idea of how you can start to see your co-workers in a different light. Rather than just seeing your colleague as "the jerk down the hall" you can start to see him more as a partner in a shared mission. It's all part of building community and strengthening democracy.
Updated at 11:35 on 6/6/2012We've all had the co-worker on a diet. They pass up the birthday cake or going-away cupcakes and pop carrot sticks at lunch. Broadcasting your weight goals at the office can be a mixed bag.
With unemployment at almost 8 percent it's become all too routine for workers to get the pink slip. Friends and colleagues facing the same fate can offer a shoulder to lean on, but that only goes so far.
Do mega-events like NATO, the Olympics and political conventions always result a net gain for the city? Sometimes it's more than just a question of who's coming into the city; it's also about who's not.