The Fast Company tends to publish articles that are wide and far out and hyped up beyond any reality. They beg for critique and – as they tend to delete critical comments – they beg to be monitored regarding that as well. To me, they represent all that is wrong with current tech journalism. We are glad we have them.
The dean of a faculty is offered a free wish by a ghost. The dean is offered to decide between unlimited wisdom and unlimited financial wealth. He takes his time to decide. He asks his wife. He asks his mistress. He asks his children. He consults with the faculty. He takes long walks. He treks in Nepal. He posts on Mensa boards. He discusses God, racism and the middle east on TNS forums. He confesses his sins. He sleeps in. He meditates. - And at the end, he meets with his colleagues of the faculty. Then he tells the ghost that he would prefer to obtain unlimited wisdom, and seconds later, that is bestowed upon him. As his eyes open wide and he looks shocked, his colleagues ask him "What is it?" and he slams the hand against his forehead yelling "I SHOULD HAVE TAKEN THE MONEY".--