Contesting Jobless Claims Becomes a Boom Industry →
With a client list that reads like a roster of Fortune 500 firms, a little-known company with an odd name, the Talx Corporation, has come to dominate a thriving industry: helping employers process — and fight — unemployment claims. (via NYTimes) What’s next, Debtor’s Prison, Inc? I’d like to think there’s an endless employment line in Hell reserved for these people....
rebjukebox: Califone - Bottle and Bones
Well, can we sell them, then?
Growth of Unpaid Internships May Be Illegal, Officials Say See also “Why don’t you send us a few ideas for stories you’d do if we hired you?” (via NYTimes)
The Truth About the Price of Investigative... →
Good editorialism by The Editorialiste about Editorialia.
MF-401 Auto De-tune →
Best music-related April Fools joke of the day: Do the vocals on your favorite song sound like a vocoded chipmunk? Yes(?). Did you use extreme auto-tune settings in the sensitive ballad you wrote for your girlfriend, who then dumped you because, as Jay Z said, “Auto-tune is Dead”. Never fear, you can now recapture the emotive intensity of your original vocal performance complete...