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Friday Footnotes: Let the Mind Wander; Deloitte Blames Pop Culture; Incivility at Work | 06.19.15

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The Benefits of Mind-Wandering [WSJ]

Popular culture lampoons IT profession says Deloitte [Stuff.co.nz]

A Study Says Eating Pickles Could Help You Feel Less Anxious [Grub Street]

Dutch KPMG Office in Trouble as Partners and Clients Jump Ship [NLTimes]

Blow Up the Tax Code and Start Over [WSJ]

How to create an insane multiple monitor setup with three, four, or more displays [PC World]

No Time to Be Nice at Work [NYT]

For the 7th straight year, the best beer in America is… Pliny the Elder. [CNBC]
 

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