Google Studying Employees Did you know that Google is running a century-long study about how people work? Their employees are serving as study participants. So far they have found there are two major approaches to work-life balance: segmentors and integrators. Continue reading
The FBI’s new most wanted fugitive is Juan Elias Garcia who killed a 19-year-old New York woman and her two-year-old son, execution style. Garcia is allegedly a member of the Mara Salvatrucha gang (MS-13). At the time that he allegedly committed Continue reading
Today, the jury had the opportunity to ask Jodi Arias direct questions, and they had many. Over 100 questions. I found these 50 to be the most interesting. These are not verbatim but practically speaking they reflect what the jurors asked.
When considering the heinousness of a crime, what are the contributing factors? If surveys were conducted I imagine that there would be a variety of responses. Jodi Arias committed a crime that many people regard as heinous. Murder is an Continue reading
Today was the second day of the cross examination of Ms. Arias. She again spent the entire day on the stand. She was difficult and argumentative, just as she was on her first day of cross examination. She did not smirk today. Perhaps she Continue reading
I have noticed that many people have landed on my website by searching a variation of this phrase/question: “Is Jodi Arias schizophrenic?”
Dave Cullen, author of the New York Times bestseller Columbine was part of a roundtable discussion this morning on MSNBC with Chris Hayes. The topic was the media coverage of the latest mass shooting. When conducting research for his book, Continue reading