Favstar gets even better if you sign in.
Joining a Facebook group about creative productivity is like buying a chair about jogging.
Oh, look. Another $30 million fighter jet, buzzing my house at 7:30am.
I hope it's a Transformer that turns into libraries and health care.
I say: "No, sorry. I'm not on Facebook at all."
They hear: "I live amongst hill people where The Goat we worship has forbidden friendship."
As a nerd, you can spend a lot years feeling kind of alone.
Then, you find a few other nerds, and suddenly you feel a little less alone.
NPR says one key to a social media strategy is being "authentic."
I'd say one key to being authentic is avoiding a "social media strategy."
Apparently, Google had wanted to turn Wave off weeks ago, but nobody could figure out how.
Imagine a guy who's REALLY into panties who makes ALL his money selling data about panties. Now he offers to store your panties.
Another salient difference:
Google: Thanks for looking at 100s of ads you hate.
Apple: Thanks for buying 100s of dollars of stuff you love.
USER: I want your new burger.
DEV: It isn't cooked yet.
U: So what?
D: It's literally raw.
U: You DICK–This is RAW!
Facebook goes into a bar. Then, the bar was ruined.
Ayn Rand goes into a bar. Bartender goes, "What'll you have?" Ayn Rand goes, "Anything I want." Then, TONS of college freshman were selfish.
Q: How many nerds does it take to ruin a joke?
A: So. Unless I'm missing something here, I think you meant "geeks." And, "riddle." Proceed.
If you want to learn what someone fears losing, watch what they photograph.
My Twitter Guide:
1. Be yourself
3. Take breaks
4. Follow what you enjoy
5. Unfollow whatever tempts you to write a Twitter guide
Java®. Write Once; Hog 80% of CPU Everywhere™.
Typing complaints about receiving a free album on a $600 phone.
You, my friend, are the REAL hero.
If you're proud of your work, don't worry whether everyone loves it.
If you're not proud of your work, worry a LOT that YOU don't love it.
Why didn't you "like" my "star" of your "fave" of my reblog of your tweet about social media?
I thought we were "friends."
The more you love your decisions, the less you need others to love them.
The technologies you choose to use say a lot about you.
But raging about the technologies others choose to use says way WAY more about you.