"Help us decide," the night whispered. "Fear or hope?"
"Who else was asked?" he said.
"Each star in the sky."
"Then millions have spoken. Why does my voice matter?"
"We haven't heard it yet."
They gathered around the tower of bone.
"We should knock it down," they said.
"Because you're jealous of what we've built!" called the ones atop the tower.
"No," said the ones below, "because you used our bones."
There is an issue with availability of our app in the Google Play store. Our engineers are aware and working quickly to restore. We will share an update as soon as we have one.
I appreciate journals making Covid19 work open access, and I hope when this is over we don’t forget that their logic in doing so tacitly admits that their traditional model slows down the advancement of science
You wish to escape.
Remember when Facebook collected millions of phone numbers — ostensibly to secure user accounts — then used them for targeted advertising? By all means, give them your private health data.
this piece on location data is revealing & important but my kingdom for reporting that doesn’t still frame surreptitious & functionally unavoidable surveillance as an individual failing rather than the intentional project of corporations & their enablers https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/12/19/opinion/location-tracking-cell-phone.html
Looks like I picked a bad day to set this app up
Other libraries have joined in on this MAGNIFICENT DEAL! It’s nationwide! https://twitter.com/nypl/status/1200414365587058693
Buckle up for a very stupid thread in which I caption Star Trek screenshots with Facebook’s new name, FACEBOOK.
Want to view a single image on @firstname.lastname@example.org (literally its only job)? Good luck! You gotta successfully download (354KB) and run (1.21MB) of client-side React in order to get your image requested as resource 110 of 553. What should have been an IMG element became… this.
Finally, an alignment chart all writers can agree on.
A lot of ink and pixels have been spilled railing at, beseeching, and/or emoji encoding and design decisions. But there's a bigger point that is often lost: emoji gave the technologically privileged the experience of being, for the first time, outside.
For years, I tried to get editors interested in stories about Unicode. "What's the big deal?" they said (I'm paraphrasing). "I can write the emails I want." Basically, English-speaking, Latin alphabet using people were never going to understand the digitally underserved.
this is fucked up and you should throw your Ring doorbell in the trash https://twitter.com/dellcam/status/1156317974023852032
DO NOT SMASH FROG'S "LIKE" BUTTON. REPLACEMENT "LIKE" BUTTONS CAN BE PURCHASED FROM THE FROG SYSTEMS INC. SPARE PARTS CATALOG (PART NO. 5419-80B), BUT ARE EXPENSIVE: AVOID A COSTLY REPAIR BY GENTLY TAPPING FROG'S "LIKE" BUTTON.
smash that subscribe button before it smashes you
5+ years later, version 4.0 comes out. And still no dark mode?