Gig economy. C’est le terme qui recouvre la structure post-Tayloriste du monde du travail.
Cet article de Fortune du 27 avril 2016, écrit par économiste spécialiste de l’histoire des relations du monde du travail, Rick Wartzman (Drucker Institute, Claremont Graduate University) dans vous expliquera ce que cela signifie. Avec quelques détails intéressants: les ’employés’ (qui n’en sont pas au sens du droit du travail) des Uber, TaskRabbit (qui connait cette entreprise en France?), et autres ne représentent que 0,5% des travailleurs.
Fortune cite un obscur (qui en a entendu parler?) spécialiste du monde du travail qui a prédit en 1969 (ici) l’apparition de liens différents entre entreprise et travailleur, ajoutant a l’époque que ce ne serait pas forcement au détriment de celui-ci…
Gig economy. Vous l’avez lu ici, pas sur BFM…
8m²! Non destinée a la location (hébergement jeune fille au pair)
- Farm Hand’s Companion, an Online Companion to the Self-Sufficient Farm or Homestead. Youtube channel
- The Deliberate Agrarian
- Redeeming the Dirt
- Five Acres and a Dream
- Live Ready Now!
- On Just a Couple Acres
- North Country Farmer
- An American Homestead
- J & J Acres
- The Self Sufficient HomeAcre
- Backyard Farming Connection
- Countryside & Small Stock Journal
- New Life on a Homestead
- deborah jean’s DANDELION HOUSE and GARDEN
- Fresh Eggs Daily
- Ursula Lindsey: The Ties That Bind Jihadists, in The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 30, 2015.
- Thomas Hegghammer: Why Terrorists Weep: The Socio-Cultural Practices of Jihadi Militants(pdf), Paul Wilkinson Memorial Lecture, University of St. Andrews, 16 April 2015.
- Robyn Creswell and Bernard Haykel: Why Jihadists Write Poetry, in The New Yorker, June 8, 2015.
H/t Dave Pell
Oui, Thoreau n’était pas si bien que cela.
Cody J. Crone, a.k.a. “Wranglerstar” (old FB – previous blog) is a modern homesteader and Youtube producer, from somewhere in North-West USA. One of those hard-working, God-fearing Americans who don’t rely on the State to protect their loved ones. A guy who would get a Hitachi EX 120 for his birthday. And before you ask, yes, he carries a weapon at all times. I find him (and his small familly of Ms. Wranglersar & Jack) far less obsessed with safety devices (“the Nanny State”) and hard-core survivalism than many. An he’s the only on I know to make AR-15 accessories out of second-hand car parts. Back in 2011 he was building a forest retreat for which he built a timber frame cabin out of treesharvested on his own land, for which he built saw ponies. Cabin got stolen (!), and Cody but seems to have backed up (or became more discreete) from that project. He claims loud not to be an expert, and to re-discover ‘old ways’. Not everybody agrees with his ways but his video are motivational.
Cody has a hands-on approach to foresting, resilience, farmtips, ram pump, beehive, gardening,… And tools. He occasionally makes his own:
Check his other own-made tools: a rake (1, 2) and a bark spud (1, 2). “Is it perfect? No. But neither am I, so we make a good pair”. This, is modern homesteading. “Righty tighty lefty loose”! [x] “There is no such thing as a cheap bulldozer” [x]
…digital cameras have included a device that tracks the orientation of the camera and puts that information into the image file’s metadata. Applications that display images read that information and present the image rotated accordingly. The orientation information is expressed as an integer and written to a specific field in the EXIF metadata for the image. (…) Unfortunately, I happen to take a lot of photographs looking down, with the camera’s image sensor in a nearly horizontal plane. In this position, the orientation device–which presumably uses gravity to figure out which way is up–doesn’t have much to go on, and the value of the Orientation field is kind of a crapshoot. I think it reports the orientation the camera was in just before I pointed it down to take the picture. And that could be any orientation, because I never think about how I’m holding the camera before I’m ready to shoot.
But the important part is:
check the value of “/proc/sys/kernel/sysrq” file
Found here: Safely Reboot Ubuntu When “Freezes”
Almost as useful as
mount -o rw,remount /