Thursday, August 03, 2006

Kids at Work

The folks at G2, the Guardian's daily magazine section, tried an experiment last week. The writers (and editors, etc.) took their kids in to work with them. And still had to meet the deadlines.

So, combine 17 kids (aged two to fifteen), a number of parents, a number of child-less writers, and stir for the day.

The result?

(Oh please, like you really need me to tell you?)

Okay, the result was...having 17 screaming, wild children makes it difficult to get any work done. And not only that, but it made people feel extra tired at the end of the day.

Imagine that.

Here's the story.


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