Fabulous Freelancer Friday: Musings and Job Postings for the Week of 4/1/19-4/5/19

Hello, everyone! Welcome to another Fabulous Freelancer Friday edition, wherein I share things I find interesting both in pop culture, and in the freelancing and/or remote job market!

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  • This Sunday, at 8:00PM Eastern Standard Time on the Discovery channel, Josh Gates is taking his show, Expedition Unknown, live. Here’s a promo:
  • While his show is one of my favorites, it does make me ponder the question: why is it OK to excavate to this degree?
    • I can understand why it’s necessary to learn about how ancient cultures lived and died, to save artifacts from being pillaged, that sort of thing, but there’s a level of respect that needs to be honored, too.
      • After all, when these people died, their sarcophagi were meant to house their remains within their tombs, not to be opened on live television or placed in busy museums.
      • Think of it this way: there have been lots of historical questions that could be solved by exhuming other notables, say, in the United States and in the United Kingdom. Yet, that’s absolutely a no-go.
        • Just because someone is thousands, and not hundreds of years removed from life, doesn’t make it any more acceptable, particularly when it’s about curiosity more than actual study.
  • Meanwhile, the Olenna Tyrell t-shirt I ordered and discussed in a previous Fabulous Freelancer Friday post has arrived, and it is glorious.
  • And, finally, this video needs no explanation:


Please do your own due diligence before officially applying to any and all job postings!

Here are some opportunities that, at the very least, look interesting in some capacity:

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