Newest addition to Om Malik's blog cluster: Web Worker Daily. Presented with a clean, vaguely soviet-era design, the service shows us that Om is no mere journalist. He's a revolutionary. Or a savvy marketer.
Workers of the world log on! You have nothing to lose but your cubes.
Have wi-fi. Will travel.
We don't need no steenking health plan. We buy at Whole Foods. No pesticides, no illness. If illness, then homeopathy.
BTW… can anyone here explain why our language is inverted. Why do people who work in an office say they work “out of” an office? And when they work at home say they work “out of my home”?
BTW… can anyone here explain why it’s cool to use Soviet and Bolshevik imagery in an ironic way, but not cool to use Nazi imagery?
Mickeleh's take: I think Om has found an audience, a need, and a great opportunity to fill it. I'm subscribed.
(tags:Web Worker Daily, Om, Om Malik, Web 2.0)