A great argument for being allowed to browse however you want

Slate.com: “The restrictions infantilize workers—they foster resentment, reduce morale, lock people into inefficient routines, and, worst of all, they kill our incentives to work productively. In the information age, most companies’ success depends entirely on the creativity and drive of their workers. IT restrictions are corrosive to that creativity—they keep everyone under the thumb of people who have no idea which tools we need to do our jobs but who are charged with deciding anyway.” – I couldn’t have said it better myself. I know my brother would endorse the sentiment as well.

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  1. Rob Fahrni says:

    Yes, of course I do. I use the web daily, it’s a tool in my box of tools. It’s a necessity to get the job done, plain and simple. There’s such a wealth of knowledge why not use it. If you’re not using it you can be your competition is, and they’re better off for it.

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