Thursday, September 11, 2008

New Study Finds More Work Means Less Blogging

Washington, DC- A new study from Obvious Studies Institute has found that when a person has more work they tend to blog less. Gene Wilder who ran the study has this to say "Yeah, so we were sitting around talking, and someone was like 'I think if you have a lot of work at work your free time at work probably goes down.' And we were all like 'for sure.' So we decided to do a study on it."

Obvious Studies Institue (OSI) only used one participant for the study, Karen Hamburger, "Those dudes were fucking annoying. I am so busy at work right now, and they wanted to follow me around and ask questions. I was like, I am fucking working." When asked why they didn't have a control group, or any research about this study Wilder replied, "We figured it would be pretty obvious, and doing research sucks." "Totally!" which came from some random person passing through the hallways while the interview was taking place.

Anywho, in conclusion, when one has work at work, they have less time to blog at work. Which means to blog they have to do it at home, but blogging at home means less free time at home, which sort of contradicts the point of being home, ya dig?
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4 Comments:

Blogger Jordan Hirsch said...

I'm glad to see this is being officially studied by actual fake scientists. Because my own blog has suffered as a result of this whole "work" bullshit.

5:15 PM  
Blogger Aparna said...

i posted this article in my cube space so certain "people" (i.e., me) get the hint.

also hello jordan hirsch!

5:38 PM  
Blogger Chris Singel said...

I found that if I do actual work in a day, they'll expect me to work that hard every day. And homie don't play that.

I'm still at work.

6:20 PM  
Blogger Daniel said...

Maybe this is somewhat unscientific because I used to have a sort of wor(k/th)less job where I talked to the author of this study every day and now actual work and time zones intervene but I kinda feel like the author blogs more often now than she did like a year ago

2:44 AM  

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