Person: “Ah this thing I’m trying to do is difficult.”
The Internet: “Oh just do this and problem solved.”
Person: “Thanks but that’s not why I posted.”
The Internet: “tHeN WhY DiD YoU PoSt iT In a pUbLiC SpAcE”
The baby is born. The mother meets with the doctor. They take care of the baby. They wrap the baby beautifully. And then the doctor and the mother determine whether or not they will execute the baby.
– President Donald J. Trump
But her emails.
Life is too short for paying attention to the words of miserable strangers.
It’s interesting to see the replies to Gabriel Santiago’s post, in which a group of iOS users are strongly requesting a feature for Micro.blog. Does the web app not work on iOS? Or is the app-centric model so strong that people forget, or never even think, about workarounds?
Apple spends $30 million per month on Amazon Web Services, huh? I’m sure that’s super secure and helps to protect your privacy.
I’m sure I would eventually get used to working in a library but everytime I am in here I waste too much time people-watching. There’s just something about seeing society in this particular mode that I find both fascinating and … life-affirming? IDK.
Still confused by all the fuss over today. Plus you’ve all got it the wrong way around; it’s 20/4!
BSAG hit the nail directly on the head here and was great. Also, @macgenie, you and @manton both do a lot for lots of people. It’s probably not easy to see it right now but will become obvious over time.
If Apple are (rightfully) taking shit for broken keyboards, Samsung can also (rightfully) take shit for broken phones.
You fucking TEST internally, and then you SELL people an actual working product.