The Zen of Wally

The Zen of Wally, from Dilbert.com

This is exactly why I’m a freelance consultant. I want what I do to be more important than where I am. Being employed is all about where you are for the eight hours that you owe your employer.

7 Responses to “The Zen of Wally”

  1. Daniel Says:

    I love it.

  2. Ben Clinkinbeard Says:

    Sounds like you’d fit right in at the company I work for, Universal Mind. Ping me if you want to know more, we’re hiring contractors and full-timers :)

    http://www.universalmind.com/

  3. Theo Says:

    I changed the title of the post, I realised that it was The Zen of Wally, not Zen by Dilbert.

  4. Bjorn Schultheiss Says:

    “Genius can’t be scheduled” slide is a classic! : )

  5. Michael Says:

    I’m adding this blog to my rss feed, you probably don’t know who I am – I am mmattax from stackoverflow and you answer 99% of my flex questions…

    Thanks, you rock!

  6. Theo Says:

    @mmattax: Thanks, I hope there will be more Flex developers on Stackoverflow soon, we aren’t that many now and everyone tends to answer every question, but I guess that’s not a bad thing =)

  7. Mikael Jansson Says:

    I can home from home and decide pretty much myself which hours I want to work… at Opera. (We’re looking for web people here in Gothenburg nudge)

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