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Today I learned there was an attractiveness researcher at CMU who had to leave because CMU was not a normative sample of attractiveness.
My favorite thing about the internet (maybe people in general) is occasionally finding freakishly intense knowledge of niche/mundane things.
"I don't want to see the 'secrets' of happy couples or anyone from San Francisco" is easily the best secret on Secret.
My phone fell out a 48th story window last night. Somehow, I can't ping the GPS. Must have been a good party.
Hey my sister is getting married today (@ Mendon Ponds Park in Honeoye Falls, NY) https://www.swarmapp.com/mccue/checkin/54021236498e4c06d817f761?s=rkEZHiGesJGoMtEHsQz-o17Trx8&ref=tw … pic.twitter.com/7zRtgLq5BP
@anoopr you guys made this tumblr I read for your easter egg: http://littlebigdetails.com/post/35842141730/foursquare-a-small-plea-for-help-shows-when-you …
I set up two-factor auth on Facebook recently and thought about how many accounts that matter a lot more (BANKS) don't offer it. Bummer.
Big into: technology, psychology, food, dogs and the quantified self. Product manager. NYC resident. ENTP. Favorites usually imply hilarity, not opinions.
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