Posts Tagged: The Atlantic
After reading my publisher and editor’s post demonstrating the wonders of ChatGPT, I tried it for myself. Registration was simple — verify your email address, click a box to show you’re human, enter a code sent to your phone number, create a password.… Continue Reading
It occurred to me that work-from-home has always been the norm for writers. So I wondered how seasoned professionals handle all the WFH temptations to procrastinate. Are there lessons for the rest of us?… Continue Reading
In the past few months, The Atlantic, the New York Times, and Time magazine have all featured stories on professional reinvention — changing course at some point during one’s career.… Continue Reading
China’s former railways minister has gone on trial for bribery and abuse of power.
Liu Zhijun was fired from his post in 2011 for unspecified “severe violations” of discipline. State media had previously accused him of taking large bribes and illegally awarding contracts to associates.… Continue Reading