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I love information and emotion but I hate when emotion is presented as information. The Internet makes them the same thing, but they aren't.
A sequel to Mrs. Doubtfire is the movie we deserve, but it's not the one we need right now.
Remember, we left England's oppression so we could someday be ruled by career politicians and the corporations who wait no can we go back
WHY IS THE FONT SIZE ON THE NEW TWITTER PROFILE PAGES SO FUCKING HUGE ARE WE ALL RETIRED NOW
Step 1: Convince brands to "get social." Step 2: Brands do social ads. Step 3: Social platforms IPO. Step 4: No one's happy. Step 5: Profit?
Just uninstalled Facebook and Instagram from my phone. It's my bid to reduce "social" distraction. Still keeping Twitter around, for now.
I just saw a YouTube ad for Coldwell Banker that had Motley Crue's "Home Sweet Home" as its soundtrack, and now part of me is dead inside.
I just had to Google how to kill my Quora account because there's no "delete my account" option. Turns out you have to email them. Hi, 1994.
I love all these ads for "Mad Men-inspired gear," like clothes and glassware and furniture and infidelity and alcoholism and endless regret.
If Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney did a duet about estranged worldviews in 2014, they'd have to call it "Empathy & Irony."
When I joined Twitter 7 years ago, I knew it would never feel truly meaningful until McDonald's used it to advertise their dollar menu.
25 years later, here's why Say Anything holds up better than most high school movies: http://www.npr.org/blogs/monkeysee/2014/04/13/302712465/say-anything-at-25-nothing-bought-sold-or-processed …