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Books have a design flaw: they indicate at a glance how much time they'll require. The Internet asks for just a minute, but keeps taking.
I hate all of your skeuomorphic avatars. Faces are no longer good metaphors for identity! This isn't 1980!
Dress like nobody's watching. Walk like you've recently been hurt but it's fine now, just slightly stiff. Eat like no one can hear you chew.
White person mentioning "white people" derisively: you are the friend people of color have been waiting for!
Atheists, seize this moment! A perfectly incredulous bon mot could mean huge RT action from hot luminaries! There are dozens of jokes left!
How often are you ashamed at how childish and obvious all your mechanisms for ego-protection and dissimulation are? (First date question).
Oh, I'm sorry; you wanted a boyfriend who parallel parked without always saying "like a glove"?
Calling writing "content" is like calling art "product" is like calling humans "resources" is like calling deaths "damage."
Can't remember which website I haven't checked enough already on this beautiful Sunday; better just do the whole rotation again.
Does anyone remember if design is how it looks or how it works?
If your laptop fan is symmetrical, you basically sicken me.
Put aside the politics, whether you believe this decision was right or wrong, and consider simply how to relate this to Apple.
Watching the news to be a good citizen is like reading the back of the cereal box to be healthy.
Think it's time to acknowledge that we gave nerd culture a great shot but it looks like the jocks were right all along.
Each time you initiate contact with a friend it's an affirmation of your friendship; social networks subvert this.
If you saw Facebook as a real book, you'd see 500,000 pages of lazy prose about dull, unedifying subjects.
“The Mills was a classic design; a grooved cast iron ‘pineapple’ with a central striker held by a close hand lever and secured with a pin.”