One pragmatic lesson you should take from the (former) Google “manifestbro”

by Joey deVilla on August 8, 2017

No matter where you stand on the firing of James Damore — whom I prefer to refer to as “the manifestbro” — you should take away this valuable lesson:

If you write a document that becomes such a public relations nightmare that it requires the CEO to cut short a family vacation to deal with the mess, update your resume.

This article also appears in Global Nerdy.

Google’s Go Gopher, dropped into the increasingly zeitgeist-y “this is fine” comic.

Also worth checking out: 25 years later, Neal Stephenson’s statement about male techies rings true, as evidenced by the “Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber” doc

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