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'Someone Tweeted'


Take a look at Owen Strachan’s satire on twitter. (Sorry, Owen, your post at 12:30pm exceeds 140 characters....)

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To quote Allen, “Heh.” I’ve got a sign on my cubicle wall that says the following (BTW, if you see this formatted the way it OUGHT to look, download the RSS feed – sorry, Gina; just piggybacking on SBK’s angst (and your own, I see). TO: All Employees FR: Management RE: Daily Time Audit Worksheets In an effort to insure we are getting maximum productivity from each employee, we would like everyone to keep a daily record of activities for each of the timeslots indicated on the Daily Time Audit Worksheet. A real-life example is exhibited below: 8:30: Took off coat. Logged on. Updated Daily Time Audit Worksheet. 8:31: Browsed a file. Updated Daily Time Audit Worksheet. 8:32: Browsed file a little more. Updated Daily Time Audit Worksheet. 8:33: Got a cup of coffee. Updated Daily Time Audit Worksheet. 8:34: Took a sip of Coffee. (It was too hot). Updated Daily Time Audit Worksheet. 8:35: Added cream. (Much better). Updated Daily Time Audit Worksheet. 8:36: Put two things on “list of things to do today”. Updated Daily Time Audit Worksheet. 8:37: Put two more things on “list of things to do today”. Updated Daily Time Audit Worksheet. . . . . . etc. Thanks to everyone for your cooperation. And remember our Company slogan: “SAVE A NICKEL AT ANY COST” -- The point of this little digression? I have no clue.