Tag Archives: The Work

In One Ear and Out Of My Mind

Kage Baker gave her Company Operatives the most black and white, intractable, and tunnel-visioned work ethic she could imagine: Nothing matters. Except the Work. After which, Kage then spent a great deal of time putting her Operatives through various wringers … Continue reading

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The Work and Its Ethic

Kage Baker did not consider herself a fan of the Protestant work ethic. That is a theory that subscribes to the idea that – in theology,  sociology, economics and history – hard work, discipline and frugality are a result of … Continue reading

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Never Giving Up

Kage Baker lived an enchanted life. I really believe she did, as her luck was astonishing. Some of that is attributable to her having a will of iron and  refusing to cooperate with the daily ration of shit the Universe … Continue reading

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