On the list of great jobs, we’re going to have to put Yves Rossy’s. He’s a ‘jetman.’ He flies around with a jetpack on his back, making appearances at various air shows as he did two years ago over in Oshkosh, his first public flight in the United States.
Last Saturday, Delta Airlines provided a flight from Minneapolis to the Museum of Flight in Seattle, crewed entirely by women and whose passengers were all girls. The effort is part of an extraordinary ongoing mission in the aviation community to show girls that there are careers in aviation. Let the record show that it’s 2015 and these efforts are still needed. Read more →
But it’s not just phony democracy that’s gumming up the workplace, CNBC says. It’s technology’s fault for making meetings easy to schedule and — perhaps more important — stripping human contact from the workplace. Read more →
Knowing how much my fellow Upper Midwesterners love to hear how others see us, I’m bound to pass along this photograph from my friend, Steve North, a long time journalist best known in our circles for having a picture of himself and whatever famous person just died. He gets around with the best of them. Read more →
In its story about the Stanley Cup visiting Duluth yesterday, the Duluth News Tribune unintentionally gives us pause to think how much more excited we might be to go to work today if we had the gig Walt Neubrand has. Read more →