It’s still weird for me to see people not adhering to social distancing, and not taking the appropriate precautions (for example: identifying the vulnerable people in their lives and doing everything to help protect them).

A lot of people are clearly in denial.

Today’s gripes:

  • Pricing your service product based solely on my IP and not letting me change my location.
  • Help-centre websites that do not link back to the main site.

Neither of these flaws inspire confidence in me for your product.

Yesterday I was barely on The Internet at all.

10/10 would recommend.

But excuse me, I’m not going to write about it anymore. Instead I’m going to do my best to do what I love and care about, professionally. It’s good for my mental health to pursue what makes me happy. It’s more important now than ever.

@vincent, Dealing with uncertain times


Seeing people abuse pandemic-related hashtags and search on social media to literally endanger lives … it makes me thankful that doesn’t have search, hashtags, and “trending”.

For the price of saving lives we can all suffer the temporary burden of inconvenience.