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TIL that there’s something called the Benjamin Franklin Effect and it’s kind of horrifying: https://therearenoothers.wordpress.com/2011/12/28/othering-101-what-is-othering/ … pic.twitter.com/fnsZQKTLCR
Beautiful but dissonant: http://aworkinglibrary.com/library/archives/a_place_to_talk Easily the smartest thing I have read about Flipboard.
Not adhering to the serial comma is like making a list where the <li>s are display:block and then, suddenly, display:inline. @#&!%!
The thing about awesome people going through rough times is that they tend to come back more amazing than ever and then it’s like watch out.
“I feel like writing is, like, a little bit of vomiting and then mostly editing.” —Tavi Gevinson ( http://longform.org/posts/longform-podcast-85-tavi-gevinson …)
If text is the event, marginalia is the witness.
If you got to know someone through the internet, then you got to know them through writing.
Faving, for me, means any or all of the following: I agree, I disagree, hello, I love you, I hate you, I don’t understand, I’m timeshifting.
Speaks volumes: “We spent the majority of Saturday and Sunday designing the logo from start to finish.” http://marissamayr.tumblr.com/post/60336044815/geeking-out-on-the-logo …