Day: January 14, 2008

  • Evolution of Formal Organizations

    In this day and age, everything is changing; from the jobs that we do, to the way that we do them. For centuries we, and our ancestors, have worked in formal organizations that practice bureaucracy. Bureaucratic organizations have been used to

  • The Lost Generation

    The term “lost generation” was coined by American poet Gertrude Stein to describe American literary artists that sought meaning in life, drank excessively, and had love affairs during the 1920s. These artists include Sherwood Anderson, Kay Boyle,

  • A Briefer History of Time Report

    At the end of the first chapter, Hawking ends with a thought provoking statement; “Someday these answers may seem as obvious to us as the Earth orbiting the sun – or perhaps as ridiculous as a tower of

  • The Health Benefits of Tanning

    The therapeutic exposure to sunlight has origin in ancient Chinese and Egyptian medicine. Recently, however, there has been much controversy as to whether or not tanning is a good idea, whether or not it is healthy. The popularity of tanning beds