Re: content structure/strategy
to use to complete those tasks.. To say the least, I'm not feeling very
Read everything you possibly can by Scott Adams. The more whimsical and pessimistic the better. Then when the sky does indeed fall (and it will) you will at least feel prepared.
It won't do any good to tell 'em you told 'em.
Meanwhile keep your eyes open for where you would next like to work.
Gee, it's so much fun being a cynic. I can see why Scott took up the task.
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