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6 teams. 5 years. 4 offices. 3 CEOs. Lifetimes of learning. A community of friendships.
It's my last day at Twitter--farewell and godspeed.
It's not your work that is valuable, but your skill. Distribute your work freely. If it's any good, people will pay for use of your skill.
The worst thing about being an adult is having to be the one to tell myself to go to bed. Then being ignored.
To avoid corporate speak like "sync" and "touch base" I am going to start calling my meetings "conspire", "plot", and "fraternize".
People care about different things than you do. That's why they seem evil, stupid, or crazy. They're not though.
My to-do list is like whack -a-mole, but I play the part of both Whack and Mole. lolsob
A hoax iPhone release announcement could be the War of the Worlds of our generation.
"In San Francisco people drink a lot. Like, more than in college."
I'm considering putting a sign on my lunch table that reads, "Introverts recharging station" for those that wish to eat lunch quietly.
Happiness has few ingredients. Chief among them is the sense that today is an improvement upon yesterday, and tomorrow will be better still.
At Twitter you live life at a higher frame rate. Good or bad, there's more packed into every second.
Five years ago today, I had a pretty good day.
Between watching Bones and House, I like, practically have a medical degree.