Yesterday, Alex Mayyasi took on end user license agreements—those things we click on when we download programs like Spotify and iTunes—and says that although the majority of people out there don’t actually take the time to read them, those who are interested in what companies are asking us to digitally sign can use ctrl-f to figure it out (rather than skim when its in print).
CNN reports that a company called Paladin Deception Services will lie to whomever you’d like for $54 a month. They’ll do things like create a fake employer for potential employers to call, or make up alibis for workers who want to play hooky or cheat on their partners. But the people using the services are mostly job seekers who want to make up an employment history or get a fake reference.
The last hotel I stayed in was a Hilton for a friend’s wedding, and the complimentary toiletries in the bathroom included some really nice miniature bottles of shampoo, conditioner, body wash, hand soap, and lotion. But no toothpaste.
Today in “WWYD,” one of our favorite topics: tipping. And learning to be assertive.
Last weekend I got a really bad haircut—waaay shorter and a totally different shape than the stylist and I had discussed.