Basically the articulation of the vowel in "goose" (and its appearance in other words) is moving forward in the vocal tract. And it's doing it in many varieties of English.
Not very interesting (except for that last line), but what a fuckin' name
Probably my favorite linguistic phenomenon is global goose-fronting.
Thankyou, linguists, for being such enormous dorks
Doctor: I'm terribly sorry but the tests are back. Your child is artistic.
Doctor: Now don't worry, it's not the end of the world. Your child will never have the mind of an executive, but with modern innovations like Etsy, Patreon and Kickstarter, they may be able to pay rent well into their mid-20s.
Parent: Did... did crayons do this
Doctor: Who can say? We're exposed to so many forms of art every day: music, poetry, language, geometry..
Parent: We're getting crayons BANNED
Tempted to get this belt buckle
If nerding out about old web standards is your jam this is a great little post about what SGML, XML, HTML and JSON can teach us about the blockchain. I particularly liked it for the little nugget of insight about why we fetch JSON with XMLHttpRequest...
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: The classroom I'm volunteering in still has technology textbooks from the 1980s in it. Is this not the most glorious stock photo of all time?
so I’m thinking after we scramble the egg in its shell we inject it with the cheese gun
omfg https://www.vat19.com/item/the-golden-goose-egg-scrambler this is all @nelson’s fault
There is a tech startup here
> move fast
You are now moving: 100 FAST
> break things
You have broken: SOCIETY
what sort of location? sutrolocation.
INFRASTRUCTURE + SUTROLOCATION
infrastructure and crows
burrito law, geojson, dad jokes
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