1. “So, a well-known guy tweeted the attached words and, like, I don't want to gripe about it or snark about it or even share his name...

    Hank Green on Twitter: "So, a well-known guy tweeted the attached words and, like, I don't want to gripe about it or snark about it or even share his name because, like, I'm over thinking this is about individual people.… https://t.co/9uRMyEPnkc" On Twitter

    I agree with all this until you propose the solution to "be nice", it doesn't address the problem you state. Had he "been nice" he could have been doing a bad, and that's not good. Nice is great, but not the precise finger to cover this sun with.

  2. I was going go go out party, but stayed late talking about movies and nature of reality and now I'll stay in and play with mg transformers and buy plane tickets. Typical me.

  3. So, I'm of the generation after the one that went to the moon and before the one that'll go to Mars.

  4. Gente de lima, algún lugar/café entre Miraflores o Magdalena donde pueda caer el resto de la tarde a trabajar? ... sin que lleguen en moto robar?

  5. “@fugueish @ericlaw ...and we're doing it. The question, however, is if the native app ecosystems will continue to enable pervasive...

    Alex Russell on Twitter: "...and we're doing it. The question, however, is if the native app ecosystems will continue to enable pervasive user predation in ways that we don't but which are profitable. Not optimistic about the rate of change there.… https://t.co/kIWS9EGLdE" On Twitter

    Exactly yes this

  6. Today I watched #jaws on the #movietheater and man what a movie! It holds up so well! And the #shark totally looks real, you can't tell (casually) that it's a fake, lots of suspense. I enjoyed it throughout. Oh and the song at the end by John Williams does sound …

  7. Whenever I see people making content on long Twitter threads or imgur "articles" it hurts me in right in the #openweb, they should be putting that good content in sites they control. #indieweb

  8. “Examples of books (or stories) that you reread years later, & found to be much better? For me: Arrival (Ted Chiang, loved it even...

    michael_nielsen on Twitter: "Examples of books (or stories) that you reread years later, & found to be much better? For me: Arrival (Ted Chiang, loved it even the first time); Speaker for the Dead (ditto: loved it at first, even more upon reread); the Great Gatsby (didn't like first time, loved the second)" On Twitter

    500 days of summer

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