There has never been a better time to be wearing a tinfoil hat.
This is why our country is such a steaming mess right now. Everything goes back to this.
We stopped by Randy’s on the way to LAX earlier this week. It turns out their doughnuts are amazing.
Living within varying microclimates can be rather strange at times.
I finally pulled the plug on my Twitter account yesterday. Good riddance.
Just out driving around in the Mojave Desert, as you do.
It’s as if the sign is sharing its thoughts on our political climate.
Here’s a tip: never volunteer to do anything that involves parsing XML. You’re welcome.
It would be nice to be able to git stash a moment, just before checking out a different branch.
The full nature of the problem with social media may be seen in the phenomenon wherein a putative journalist links to a random person’s tweet as if it is a valid source.
Can we get content blockers on the Apple TV, please? There’s a lot of “content” I want to block.
Also: am I the only one who constantly—like, 50% of the time—hits the ‘.’ key on iOS accidentally when I am reaching for the spacebar? Like.this? I.can’t.be alone.
Why did nobody tell me how tricky it is to build and traverse nice tree structures from data modeled as an adjacency list? Do I hear an “amen”?
Truly the kōan our modern age deserves.
If you’re still not sure whether Rudolph Giuliani is a brilliant legal mind or a blithering cretin, I refer you to this and this.
Spoiler: blithering cretin.
You never know what you’re going to find in a Silicon Valley alleyway.
Twitter bans Kaspersky from advertising on its platform. But Nazis are still totally cool. 👍🏻
No, they really, really, really aren’t.
Remember literacy? I do—vaguely, but with fondness.