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Scala allows me to write code as verbose as Java and as cryptic as Perl, all in one language!
I like how with API 1.1, Twitter's turning into MongoDB: You can write whatever you please but reading gets you into trouble.
Observe the interplay of Asimov's laws 2 and 3: Tell Siri to enable airplane mode.
"If you write it out in LaTeX, it's science."
Can't wait until I reach DrawSomething Zero.
"Whatever happens in the monad stays in the monad."
Twitter no longer feels like a reenactment of the Battle of Thermopylae during a large event.
Newsflash: Your mom has her own dedicated twitter server!
Big news today: Prominent reporter stalks, doxes private California senior citizen: http://mag.newsweek.com/2014/03/14/bitcoin-satoshi-nakamoto.html …
DId you hear that Obama can drive on the left side of the street when he wants? http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/poll-gop-voters-unsure-if-obama-gets-larger-character-limit-on-twitter …
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