Four juicy little blog posts, new this week, from my feed reader to you.
Like David Lacy, I’m prone to waking up in the middle of the night and not being able to get back to sleep. But David thinks of interesting things such as croquignoles. I think about work, mostly. Read Pastries in the Early Morning
In my office, several of us buy coffee from Trader Joe’s and brew it a cup in a time in little filter baskets we stick on top of our cups. It’s because we can’t stand the coffee the office provides! So when the folks at software company Basecamp bought a bag of $46 bag coffee and bag of cheap coffee and did a blind taste test, I took notice. Read The Coffee Test
I’m of Generation X. I’ve always felt that my age peers have lived in the shadow of the baby boomers. But when Gen Z reaches a point in adulthood that they are leading things, the boomers will mostly be gone. Penelope Trunk thinks they’ll do a great job. Read What leadership will look like when Generation Z takes over (and I love Pope Francis)
Matt Appling considers the basic human drive to control things — and how almost all things are beyond our control. Read In Which My Wife and I Fantasize About Becoming OCD And Discover Our Control Issues