Scaling The Ice Wall in #gameofthrones with #oculusruft #vr at #sdcc. Amazing but I am still dizzy. #youknownothingjonsnow
You can unplug the Internet and pull the shades—or you can phone a friend.
You’re reaching the frayed ends of over-caffeinated overtime and if your inbox pings one more time, you might throw your laptop at a wall. If you had the time to read a whole self-help book on being overwhelmed, well, you wouldn’t need it, would you?
A study published in the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology looks at your options for bailing out of a burnout, before the meltdown starts.
Using a psychology model of coping mechanisms called selection, optimization, and compensation, the researchers tested each method with a sample of 294 employees and their supervisors. Only one of these strategies actually worked. But first, a review of their definitions:
If you’re familiar with San Diego Comic-Con lore, then the phrase “Hall H” probably strikes a sense of awe and terror into your heart. If not, then the simplest explanation is that when you see photos of people sleeping on the floor at Comic-Con, it’s probably because they’re queueing for Hall H.Hall H is the biggest theatre at SDCC, and it’s where all the major movie panels take place. For the past few years, the evening timeslot has been dominated by Marvel Studios, leading to iconic moments like the unveiling of the Avengers cast, or Tom Hiddleston showing up to give a speech in-character as Loki.Last year, more than 130,000 people went to SDCC, and the queue for Hall H was estimated to be more than a mile long.The Hall H queue has become such an infamously marathon-like exercise that managing to get inside the hall itself is considered an impressive feat.
The Marvel SDCC panel is 15 minutes late. So here’s this.
Zach Woods just dropped his cereal. (x)
For Carl Jung's birthday, the iconic psychiatrist on human nature and the meaning existence in a rare BBC interview