It's peak admissions season and I'm a bad, bad blogger as a result -- lots of client work to turn around (bless them!). But... in the meantime, I have to share the weirdest, juiciest story I've read in a long time. The opening paragraph:
This is the story in which you learn how a graduate of Columbia Law School—that's me—and almost 80 other people, who really should have known better, got suckered into giving away all our personal details as well as up to two months of our lives for "jobs" that never actually existed. And then you learn why it all happened the way it did.
Read on here.
True story? Fiction? Who cares? I want more.