I've not written much lately because I felt it would be inappropriate yack about web design while I — and seemingly the rest of the world — watched in shock at the effects not only of hurricane Katrina but the inexcusable delay in getting help to those who needed it.
At any rate, during a quick moment out of my seemingly endless 16-18 hour days, I came across an article at creativebehavior.com by Collis Ta'eed. Working with Values is not your ordinary how-to-choose-clients article; it addresses real issues that will affect what you do and how you feel about it.
Hey, you can take the high road in your choices of what effects you want to have on the world. Or you can let your contribution make life less than it could be. Being a solution or creating problems is your choice. But if what you do is contributing to the problem, you don't get to complain.
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