The Fear of Missing Out – on good times, a party, a gig – has infiltrated the workplace and our adult lives. Claire Cohen, a long-time FoMo sufferer, examines the phenomenon that we should have left behind in the playground.
Baumol's cost disease is often used to describe consequences of the lack of growth in productivity in public services such as public hospitals and state colleges. Since many public administration activities are heavily labor-intensive there is little growth in productivity over time because productivity gains come essentially from a better capital technology.
Glyn Moody took advantage of one of Linus Torvalds' rare trips to Europe – speaking at the recent LinuxCon Europe 2012 in Barcelona – to interview him again, reviewing the key moments for the Linux kernel and its community since he first interviewed him back in 1996