Think those remote workers fill their days watching daytime television and cruising NSFW sites? A new study suggests
otherwise, claiming that those who work from their humble abodes are more honest and commit fewer deeds of misconduct.
Let’s hope those work-from-homers don’t have the television on. Research shows for every hour you spend watching the tube, your life shortens by 22 minutes
. Looks like we’re losing about an hour tonight. Damn you, ABC Family.
Word is still out on whether watching stuff online is any better for your health, but according to ComScore, music brands are YouTube’s most popular channels
, with 40 percent of the site’s audience clicking to view music videos in July.
We would shut off the cable box in favor of a “good” read, but we haven’t received our latest L.L. Bean catalog. Luckily, Google Catalogs
has us covered.
Five of the largest tobacco firms are suing the Federal Drug Administration
over the graphic imagery the FDA said must be included on all cigarette warning labels starting September 2012. The companies claim it violates their First Amendment right to free speech.
It looks like Big Tobacco aren’t the only ones with a situation
on their hands. Clothier Abercrombie & Fitch Co. has asked Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino—of “Jersey Shore” notoriety—to no longer wear its label
, feeling association of his image with their label will tarnish the brand. They even offered to pay him to stop.
And finally, why would we have any doubt Lego would know how to build a great mobile platform campaign