Today is Wednesday, National Grammar Day.
Dr. Seuss has decided on its own that it will remove a few archaic books from its catalog. Hilarity ensues.
When the pandemic is over will workplaces go back to what they were before, or has remote work settled in for good? I’m skeptical of any long term change but state leaders in Massachusetts are doubling down on telework. Picture a future Herald expose about a Department of Revenue employee working from Hawaii in February while the rest of us are digging out from a blizzard. Cue the public outrage and backlash. Just saying.
When I was in my twenties, I spent a couple of winters on Nantucket. I was too busy working to do anything of these things.
A Japanese billionaire is funding a SpaceX mission to the moon and he’s looking for company. It’s a three-day trip to the moon and then, after one orbit, three days back. The cost is on him. You can apply here if you’re interested.
And Dunkin’s is shooting for the millennial market with a new offering, avocado toast. You can have a nice hot Dunkin’ espresso with it. Then, maybe some Spaghetti-o’s for dinner.