Employees wasting time at work. The inside take on what your workers are really doing.

Have you ever wondered what your employees or colleagues are doing when they are supposed to be working? Whether wasting time on the internet or taking an all day lunch to shop online, this study of 2000 employees shows exactly what they get up to. You be surprised, shocked and slightly horrified at the full details.

It goes without saying that time is money, but the rise of the internet and office-based work has made it easier than ever for all employees to take time out during the day.

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Man Kills Imaginary Friend, Turns Self In

Geoff Gaylord walked into a Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office and confessed to his crime: he had repeatedly stabbed his friend “Mr. Happy” with a kitchen knife, cut up Mr. Happy with a hatchet, and buried him in his backyard. Let me remind you again that this occurred in Florida, so perhaps it should come as a surprise to no one.

Gaylord and Mr. Happy were friends for seven years but, according to Gaylord, he killed him for a few reasons:

“He left his empty vodka bottles all over the kitchen… never picked up his empty cocaine baggies…He messed up my apartment to the point where I just couldn’t get it clean…Before Hap started doing drugs and acting weird he was my BFF…We’d go dancing, play on the children’s park equipment, both huge fans of doom metal – listened to it for hours with the lights turned off.”

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I regret buying an Apple Watch (and I knew I would)

I bought an Apple Watch. I didn’t preorder it, because at first I didn’t even want one. I warned people who asked me about the company’s first wearable: These things (Apple things) always get much better on the second attempt. Apple’s product history, perhaps even more so than other tech companies, is peppered with examples: the substantially thinner second iPad, the next iPhone that had 3G data, the MacBook Air sequel that had decent battery life and a slimmer design. Despite knowing that, something changed for me. I became an early adopter.

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