RT @hotdogsladies@twitter.com
"It's very important that you respect and adopt exactly all of my fears, shames, and anxieties—but ONLY exactly mine. Because mine are very important, and all the other ones are extremely bad and dangerous."

—Pretty Much All Generational Advice Forever

Love this review of @Gladwell@twitter.com's new book (which I've been looking forward to for a while now): wired.com/story/gladwellian-re

(See what I did there?)

Just found out that Neal Stephenson's "Atmosphæra Incognita"—which is a worthwhile read in itself—is part of Project Hieroglyph, which looks awesome from any number of angles.

RT @gruber@twitter.com
“GoldenEye” (1995) is now 24 years old, which makes it as old today as “Diamonds Are Forever” (1971) was when “GoldenEye” came out.

RT @tariqkrim@twitter.com
How Technology ruined good design

The very first piece of Mac software I ever bought (back in like 2002) was @NetNewsWire@twitter.com. Now it's back with @brentsimmons@twitter.com and he's just released v5.0. So rad.

Running 100 miles is super impressive. Running 100 miles *on a track* is flat out insane. 🤯

runnersworld.com/news/a2881923

Also, this: "...it feels as if there’s a subtle, but important, conversation happening among those making Star Wars stories these days about just what counts as a Star Wars story from this point on."

wired.com/story/cantina-talk-9

I saw this and immediately thought of @MarkMulvey@twitter.com
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RT @TheBillMurphy@twitter.com
Being an adult gamer is basically just@MarkMulvey@twitter.comery game you want... But never really being able to play them like you should.
twitter.com/TheBillMurphy/stat

🤯 This is a pretty stunning visualization of how Planet's imaging satellites are photographing the earth: nbremer.github.io/planet-globe

Written from a product manager's perspective, but applicable to pretty much everyone and everything. Can absolutely relate to no.2 on the list.
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RT @MeganRisdal@twitter.com
To celebrate 6 months at Stack Overflow, I re-published my latest blog post "How to know nothing" on @ThePracticalDev Hopefully more blogging to come soon! dev.to/mrisdal/how-to-know-not
twitter.com/MeganRisdal/status

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