It seems that Paula Scher’s work is way off the mark for the latest campaign of New York Public Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park. There was a certain degree of class, elegance and readability to the previous work that is missing here.
Jason Fried of 37Signals writes how interruptions kill productivity not only on a micro, but a macro level as well.
"Every interruption cuts your work day into a series of work moments. 45 minutes here, then a meeting. A hour there, then a conference call. 20 minutes until someone taps you on the shoulder or calls your name across the office. These events kill productivity.
…a day trip here or a couple days away there has the same effect.”