Treasures from the Digital Archive

I don't have access to JSTOR at home -- and so for the moment can only read the first page of the article itself -- but it seems like this may be the most striking title of anything I've come across in a while.

It must be tongue-in-cheek, but with hints of a world of Taylorized expertise.

September 25, 2010 11:17 AM | | Comments (1)



Striking? Sounds like an item that should become a classic of 'how to organize your life and give yourself more freetime'!

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