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“I'd be loath for her to think I was minding any business of my own at this time; and, whatever yo 'do, speak hopeful, and, for t' life of yo ', don't speak of th' hanging, it's likely it's a mistake o 'Donkin's; and anyhow -- there's t' cart”
“Kelsey Donkin was showing off in front of 12 friends when she made the comment, while gesturing as if she was holding a gun.”
“Newcastle magistrates adjourned Donkin's case for reports and she will be sentenced at a later date.”
“Kelsey Donkin was showing off in front of friends when she shouted 'bang bang' and made a gun gesture at PC David Rathband, the court heard.”
“The result is deeper engagement with workplace peers and a rise in what Donkin calls "presenteeism.”
“If the computer screen is not yet the Big Brother of George Orwell's 1984, along with invasive accomplices like the BlackBerry and iPhone, it may be seen as a kind of tolerated Little Brother, ever tugging at our sleeves for attention," Donkin writes.”
“Donkin suggests that older workers continue working longer.”
“Donkin opens the book by recounting his experience at a funeral, where a colleague was checking his BlackBerry, a reminder that today, people can work anywhere, at any time.”
“Donkin recommends more freedom for workers, advocating a 30-hour workweek, or the option of working four days (10 hours each, if necessary) and taking Fridays off.”
“Still, Donkin writes convincingly about the future of work and makes persuasive arguments for why change is needed.”
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